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Full text of "Methuen High school yearbook"

METHUeN 



Look to this day! 

For yesterday is but a dream, 

And tomorrow is only a vision — 

But today well-lived 

Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness 

And every tomorrow a vision of hope — 

Look well therefore to this day! 

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1975 

TENNEY HIGH SCHOOL 

METHUEN, MASSACHUSETTS 



Adminis- 
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and 
Faculty 





Seniors 




Athletics 




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Organizations Memories 



Spring 
Activities 








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MR. AUTHUR NICHOLSON 
Assistant Principal 




Administration 




MR. KENNETH DOLLOFF, JR. 
Principal 



MISS DOROTHY CHADWICK 
Assistant Principal 




DR. PAUL ZDANOWICZ 
Superintendent of Schools 



MR. ROBERT W. MULLOY 
Assistant Superintendent 



In Dedication to 



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Miss Chadwick 

The Class of 1 975 extends heartfelt appreciation, gratitude and thanks to 
Miss Dorothy Chadwick, assistant principal, who retired on January 1 , 1 975. 
Miss Chadwick's name has been synonymous with Tenney High Qchool and 
the Methuen Qchool System for many years. Her devotion, understanding, 
and dedication to the students and her colleagues have left a void among all 
of us. Her influence, however, will be felt for many generations, for people 
of the caliber of Miss Chadwick will be difficult to replace. 




MISS CAROL BAILEY 
Physical Education 




MR. JOSEPH CARUSO 
Foreign Language 




MISS ALICE COULSON 
Librarian 




Faculty 




MR. DAVID CLAYMAN 

Curriculum Coordinator 

of Secondary School Math 



MR. WILLIAM CULLEN 
Science 





MRS. PATRICIA BORUCKI 
Business 




MR. PAUL CONSTANTINEAU 
Woodworking 





MISS SHEILA CUNNINGHAM 
English 



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MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 
Foreign Language 



MR. ALFRED DESTEFANO 
Business 



MISS KATHLEEN DORAN 
Business Dept. Head 



A Teacher Affects Eternity 
He Can Never Tell 
Where His Influence 
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Henry Adams 





MRS. NANCY DORNER 
Social Studies 




MRS. SHARYN DURHAM 
Art 



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MRS. ANNE ECKMAN 
Math 




MISS ANN MARIE FIORELLA 
English 




MISS KATHLEEN FOX 

Science 




MRS. BARBARA FIORELLO 
Art Dept. Head 





MR. JOSEPH FORSEZE 
Science 




MR. ALBERT FRANCIS 
English 



MR. ROBERT FRADETTE 
Math 




MR. GERARD GAGNE 
Modern For. Lang. Coordinator 




MISS MARYJANE GROGAN 
Social Studies 





MRS. MILDRED GAMMONS 
Foreign Language 



MR. SHAUN GURRY 
English 




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MR. DOUGLAS HALLBAUER 
English 



MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 
Social Studies 




MR. DAVID HENNESSEY 
Social Studies 



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MRS. LILLIAN HERSHFIELD 
Curriculum Coordinator of 
Secondary School English 




MISS JUDITH HILLER 
Math 



MRS. SANDRA HODGE 
Math 




MRS. SHIRLEY HOVANASIAN 
English 






MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 
English 



MR. ALFRED JONES 
English 



MR. DAVID ISADORE 
Music 




MRS. MILDRED KERN 
Home Economics 




MR. EDWARD KISSEL 
Physical Education 




MRS. JEAN LYONS 
Math 









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MISS RUTH LANGE 
Business Education 




MR. PETER MAZZAGLIA 
Science 





MISS ELAINE KEVGAS 
English 




MRS. RUTH LOCKABY 
Math 





MR. JAMES McDERMOTT 
Mechanical Drawing 




MRS. SUSAN McGRATH 
Math 



MRS. ROBIN MOODY 
English 



MR. DANIEL MOYNIHAN 
Science 



It Is Only the 
Ignorant Who Despise 
Education 




MR. PAUL NOISEUX 
Science 





MR. BRUCE PARKER 
Math 



MRS. JOYCE PEAVEY 
Music 




MR. RAYMOND PILAT 
Distributive Ed. 




MRS. GAYLE ROUSSEAU 
English 




MR. JOHN RIMAS 
Social Studies 





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MR. ROBERT ROSMARINO 
Drivers Ed. 




MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 
Business Education 



MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL 
Science Dept. Head 



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MR. PETER SALEMI 
Science 




MR. JOHNSIEG 
Math PATS 



MR. LAWRENCE 

SALMONSOHN 

Social Studies 




MR. DONALD SMITH 
Social Studies 




MR. JAMES SMITH 
Social Studies 



MISS ELIZABETH SMITH 
Social Studies 




MISS JENNIFER SMITH 
English 



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MR. MICHAEL SORTER 
Physical Education 



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MR. CARL STASIO 

Curriculum Coordinator 

of Secondary Schools 

Social Studies 




MISS PATRICIA WALSH 
Business Education 



MR. DANIEL TEARNO 
Cadets 




MRS. MARGARET STEELE 
Business Education 






MR. DAVID WHITING 
Social Studies 



MRS. VIRGINIA WILMAN 
Business Education 



MISS NANCY WILSON 
English PATS 



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MR. FRANK YELLE 
Math 




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MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 
Science 




MR. ALTON BAILEY 
Guidance 





MR. ALVIN HUEBNER 
Guidance 



MRS. JANET McLENNAN 
Guidance 




MISS ADELE DEMERS 
Guidance 




MR. MARTIN MELIA 
Guidance 



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Devoted 
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Valuable 
Interested 



With Sincere Appreciation 

to Our Senior Class 

Advisor 

Dedicated 
Willing 
Helpful 
Ingenious 



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Necessary 
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AFTER SCHOOL HOUR 

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AND WITHOUT RIGHT DESTROYS. DEFACES, MARS OR INJURES A S 
HOUSE SHALL BE PUNISHED BY A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN H.OOO.' 
BY IMPRISONMENT FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO YEARS OR BOTH. 

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JUANA ALBA 
Ambition: Secretary 



MICHAEL ALIANELLO 
Ambition: Meterologist 




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JUDY ALLAIN 
Activities: 
Volleyball 
Ambition: Secretary 



LILAL. ANNALORO 

"Moon" 
Activities: 
Italian Club 
Bicentennial Workshop 
Prep Club 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Lawyer 




TOM ANGE 

Ambition: Police Officer 



MARSHA ANTOON 
Ambition: Medical Assistant 




DAVID APKARIAN 

"Lappy" 
Ambition: Auto Mechanic 



BRENDA-LEE APPLEYARD 

"Apple" 
Activities: 
Flag Corp 
Concert Band 
Jazz Band 
Senior Class Play 
Ambition: Recreational Leader 




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ALLEN R.ARLEQUE 

Activities: 

Hockey 

Ambition: Criminology 



JAY MICHAEL ATKINSON 
Activities: 
Ranger Staff 
Hockey 

Ambition: To be an 
existentialist 




JOHN BAGGETTA 

"Bags" 
Activities: 
Cross Country 
Track 
Baseball 
Basketball 



CAROL BAILLARGEON 
Ambition: Teach Drum Corp 




LEE P. BAILIE 

Activities: 

Pep Club 

History Workshop 

Italian Club 

Chorus 

Spanish Club 

Ambition: Criminology 



MARK BAJOR 




IRMA BALOGH 
Ambition: Nurse 



MICHAEL BARRY 
Ambition: Draftsman 




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SUSAN BARRY 
Activities: 
Ranger Staff 
Art Club 
Pep Club 
Ambition: Nurse 



PEGGY A. BECOTTE 

Activities: 

Volleyball 

Ambition: Data Processor 




STEPHEN W. BEDROSIAN 

Activities: 

Baseba 

Soccer 

Football 

Basketba 

Wrestling 

Ambition: The Outdoors 




CATHIE BELAIR 

Ambition: To get married to Al and 
have a happy life 



PAULA BELL 
Activities: 
French Club 
Pep Club 
Track 

Jr. Boosters 
Student Council 
Yearbook 

Ambition: To succeed and be 
happy 



CAROL BELANGER 
Ambition: To marry and have a 
happy life 




"So then I told him . 



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RICHARD BENEDICT 

"Rick" 
Activities: 
Drum Major 
Drama Club 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Work with children 



NANCY BENSON 

"Ben" 
Activities: 

Class Officer, Vice Pres. 
Spanish Club 
Pep Club 
Ambition: Go to college 



CHERYL BERGERON 




DENISE MARIE BERNARD 




VIRGINIA (CEBULA) BERTHEL 



MARY BERTHOLD 
Ambition: To travel 




DOYLE KEITH BIRD 
"Birdman" 




KIMBERLEY BIRD 
Ambition: To marry Frank and be 
happy 




SHARON L. BLANCHARD 
Ambition: To be successful 



BRUCE BLOOD 

"Big Shooter" 
Activities: 
Football 
Basketball 

Ambition: To be a basketball 
coach 



CHRISTOPHER BLASER 

"Harry" 
Activities: 
Soccer 
Baseball 
Basketball 
Ambition: Professional Goalie 



NANCY BODENRADER 
Ambition: To have a long and 
happy life 




LINDA BOHONDONEY 

"Crash" 
Ambition: To travel and always 
have a good time 




JOHN BONANNO 
Ambition: Karate Instructor 



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SUSAN M.BONENFANT 
Activities: 
Honor Society 
Ambition: To marry Tony 




KIM MARIE BORDERI 

Activities: 

Cheerleader 

Pep Club 

Spanish Club 

Honor Society 

Ambition: To be happy 



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JOHN BOUSH 

Ambition: To be an electrician 



JON J. BRIGGS 



PAULA L. BOVA 

"P.B." 
Activities: 

Cheerleader, Co-Capt. 
Pep Club 

Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To get through college 
and marry Larry 



STEVE BRODERICK 




LINDA BRYAN 





MARKM. BUBEN 
Activities: 
Football 
Winter Track 
Senior Play 

Ambition: To play for the 
Dolphins 



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BRIAN DAVID BUCKLEY 

Activities: 

Football 



THOMAS BUCO JR. 

Activities: 

Cadets 

D.E.C.A. 

Ambition: To be an electrician 



Ambition: To have lots of money 



DOUG BURNS 




GLORIA BUSTA 
Ambition: To succeed in life 




RITA BYERS 

Activities: 

Volleyball 

Ambition: To succeed in life 



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DENISE CALLELA 
Activities: 
Volleyball 

Ambition: To have a successful 
life 




LIZA HELEN CAMACHO 

Activities: 

Jr. Boosters 

Ambition: To be a sports writer 




KURT B. CARLSON 

Activities: 

Basketball 

Ambition: Chemical Engineer 



JAY DOUGLAS CARTER 
Activities: 
Marching Band 
Concert Band 
Stage Band 
Ambition: Teach music 



JOHN A. CARTELLI 

Activities: 

German Club 

Computer Club 

Soccer 

Honor Society 

Lightning Calculation 

PATS 

Prep Club 

Ambition: To study astro physics 



WAYNE ROBERT CARON 

"Smiley" 




'Are you sure this is how Fred Astaire started?' 



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ELIZABETH C. CASEY 

"Beth" 
Activities: 
French Club, Treas. 
Pep Club, Treas. 
Art Club 

Ambition: To be a fashion 
designer 



ANTHONY CATALANO 

"Tony" 
Ambition: To be successful in 
whatever I do 



GARY CASTIGLIONE 
Ambition: To own DeMoulas 



JACE BRIAN CATALDI 
Ambition: To be a business 
manager 





CAROL CAVANAUGH 
Ambition: To stay happy 



RAYMOND CHASE 




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JERRY CHENEY 

"Chen" 
Activities: 
Track 

Ambition: To relax and see the 
world 




BEVERLEY CHONTOIAN 

Activities: 

Honor Society 

French Club 

Yearbook 

Class Secretary 

Ambition: Medicine 



DEBRA CLARKE 

"Shorty" 
Activities: 
Rangerettes 
Ambition: To design clothes 




DOUGLAS CLARKE 

"Doug" 
Ambition: To buy a Camarc 



KATHLEEN COCO 

"Kay" 

Rangerettes 

Ambition: To be an accountant 




CHERYL L. COCO 
Activities: 
Rangerettes 
Art Club 

Ambition: To enter Business 
Administration 



DAVID COLETTA 

"Fuz" 
Activities: 
Cadets 
Golf Team 

Ambition: To be an electrician in 
the Navy 




JOHN T. COLLINS 

Activities: 

Soccer 

Ambition: Join the Air Force 



GERALD JOHN COMTOIS 

Activities: 

Soccer 

Hockey 

Ambition: To go to college 




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GERARD PAUL COMTOIS 

Activities: 

Soccer 

J.V. Baseball 




CAROL G.COOK 
Activities: 
Band 

History Workshop 
German Club 

Ambition: To enter the field of 
animal studies 




STEPHEN M. COPLEY 
Activities: 
Track 

Senior Play 

Ambition: To be a rich Civil 
Engineer 



GEORGIA COTTONE 

Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 

Ambition: To be a nurse 



BRADFORD W. CRAVEN 

"Brad" 

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jr Activities: 

Italian Club 

French Club 

Senior Play 

Drama Club Treas. 

Ambition: To get through college 




Well it isn't the best lunch we ever had but it surely isn't the worst. 



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ANGELA M. CYR 
Ambition: To become a legal 
secretary 



WAYNE DAIGLE 
Activities: 
Football 
Basketball 




ROBERT A. DALWET 

"Crofts" 
Activities: 
PATS 

Ranger Staff 
History Workshop 
Ambition: Protector of the 
outdoors 



STAN DAS JR. 

Activities: 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Ambition: To get a good job 




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VINCENT DECHANE 

"Vinny" 
Activities: 
J.V. Baseball 
Ambition: To live on a farm 




MANNY J. DEDEUS 

Activities: 

Soccer 

J.V. Baseball 

Ambition: To make it in life 




TONY DELUCA 

Ambition: To be a mechanic 



DEBORAH DEAN DEROSA 

"Debbie" 
Activities: 
Drama Club 
German Club 
Honor Society 
Ranger Staff 



MARK DENNIS 

"Den" 
Ambition: To be a motorcycle 
mechanic 



MARK P. DESROSIERS 

"Moe" 
Activities: 
Cross Country 
Winter Track 
Wrestling 
Baseball 
Honor Society 
PATS 

German Club 
Lightening Calculation 
Computer Club 
Math League 




GINADICENSO 
Ambition: To get married and go 
to school 




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MICHAEL DIDIO 
"Mike" 



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MARIE DiFRUSCIA 
Ambition: to enjoy life to its 
fullest 




CHARLES DILLON 




CHERYL A. DiMAURO 

Activities: 

D.E.C.A. 



VICTORIA DOBRZYNISKI 

"Vicki" 
Activities: 
Chorus, Pres. 
Yearbook 
Ranger Staff 
Honor Society, Vice Pres. 



JANICE R. DiMAURO 

Activities: 

D.E.C.A. 



KIM MARIE DONNELLY 

Activities: 

Rangerettes 

Ambition: to help people 




ANNE DORE 
"Andi" 
Activities: 
Drama Club 
German Club 
Honor Society 
Ranger Staff 




DAVE DOWNEY 



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PAUL DRURY 
Activities: 
Football 
Baseball 

Ambition: To play professional 
baseball 




CHERYL DUBE 

Activities: 

Rangerettes 

Ambition: To see the world 



CAROL DROUIN 

Activities: 

Jr. Boosters 

Honor Society, Pres. 

Chorus 

Volleyball 

Ambition: To teach nursing 



PATRICIA DUBE 

"Pat" 
Ambition: To travel 




DAN DUNN 

Ambition: To be a Forester 




DENISE L. DUQUETTE 
"Dee" 



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CAROLYN EARNSHAW 

Activities: 

D.E.C.A. 




JEFFERY SCOTT EDWARDS 

"Homer" 
Activities: 
Ice Hockey 




WILLIAM G. EGAN 



KAREN EHRAMJIAN 

"Munchh" 
Activities: 
Band 

Orchestra 
Chorus 
Ambition: To be a music teacher 



JOHN FINDEISEN 

"Fin- 
Ambition: To be successful 




ROSWITHA FAIR 

"Weedy" 
Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To be a pro footba 
player 



This is sooo good! 



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JAMES W. FITZGERALD 

"Fitz" 
Activities: 
Band 
Baseball 
Ambition: To be a chef 



CATHERINE A. FLEMING 

"Cath" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
French Club 
Italian Club 
Honor Society 
History Workshop 
Ambition: To be a musician 




CYNTHIA L. FLEMING 

"Cindy" 
Activities: 
Work study 

Ambition: To further my 
education 



STEVE FLORIS 
Activities: 
Student Council 




STEVEN FLORENZ 
Activities: 
Honor Society 
German Club 
Soccer 



PATRICIA FLUET 

"Pat" 
Ambition: To find a good job 




ELAINE FODERARO 

Activities: 

Cheerleading 

Yearbook 

German Club, Sec. 

Pep Club, Pres. 

Track 

Class Officer 

Spanish Club 

Math Club 

Senior Play 

PATS 

Football Queen Attendant 

Ambition: To become a CPA 



BARBARA FOLLANSBEE 

"Barb" 
Activities: 
Science Club 
Lightning Calculation 
History Workshop 
PATS 

Gymnastics 
Cross Country 
German Club 
Track 

Honor Society 
Computer Club 
Powder Puff Football 




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KATHY A FORD 

"Slick- 
Activities: 
German Club 
Ambition: To go to California 



JANE FORGIONE 

"Janie" 
Ambition: To stay happy 




APRIL FOURNIER 
Ambition: To be a Legal 
Secretary 



MIKE GALLO 
"Slink" 
Ambition: To graduate 




VIRGINIA GAGNON 

"Ginny" 
Ambition: To be a Legal 
Secretary 



TAMMY GARRITY 
Ambition: C.P.A. 




LOUIS GAUDREAU 

"Kip" 
Ambition: To be self employed 



JOHN WILLIAM GEARY 

"Jack- 
Activities: 
Cadets 
Ambition: To be a horse trainer 




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COLLEEN ANN 
GINCHEREAU 
•Coil- 
Activities: 
Science Club 
Drama Club 
German Club 
History Workshop 
Honor Society 
Track 
Volleyball 
J.V. Fieldhockey 
PATS 

Computer Club 
Cadets 
Chorus 
Ambition: Veternarian 



RICHARD GINGRAS 

Activities: 

Cross Country 

Winter Track 

Spring Track 

Senior Play 

Computer Club 

Ambition: To go to college 




ROLAND GLAUDE 
Ambition: To own the world 



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JUDITH A. GOOSSENS 

"Judy" 
Ambition: To get married and 
enjoy life 



TIMOTHY J. GORMLEY 

"Tim" 
Ambition: To enter the field of 
electronics 



CURTIS GOULET 

"Heavey Lunch" 
Activities: 
Football 
Hockey 
Baseball 

Ambition: Physical Education 
teacher 




H-E-Y! What's going on here? 



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SUSAN GRELLE 

"Susan Vega" 
Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To work for an airline 



TIM GRIFFIN 

Griff- 
Ambition: To succeed 




JOSEPH DAVID GRASSELLO 

"Julio" 
Activities: 
Cross Country 
Wrestling 
Track 

German Club 
PATS 

Computer Club 
Ranger Staff 
Honor Society 
Class Play 
Ambition: To be happy 




GAYLE GROSSE 
Activities: 
Majorettes 
Yearbook Staff 
Cadet Queen Attendant 
Ambition: To be happy and 
successful in life 



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JOSEPH PAUL GURKA 

"Turk- 
Activities: 
Soccer 

Computer Club 
Lightning Calculation 
Class Play 
Ambition: Medical Doctor 




DEBRA HAGOPIAN 

"Debbie" 
Ambition: Nursery school teacher 




EDMUND HAJJAR 
"Ted" 



DEBORAH HAMEL 

"Debbie" 
Ambition: Medical Secretary 



EFFIE HALABY 

Activities: 

Field Hockey 

History Workshop 

Basketball 

Softball 

Ambition: Veterinary Assistant 



SHIRLEY HAMEL 
Ambition: To get married 




SHARON HANNAGAN 
Ambition: Men's hair stylist 




SUSAN HARNISCH 

"Sue" 
Activities: 
Honor Society 
Art Club 
German Club 
Ambition: Artist 



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JACQUELYN HEALEY 

"Jackie" 
Activities: 
Pep Club 
German Club 
Ambition: To be a nurse 




SANDRA J. HERING 

"Sandra" 
Activities: 

Honor Society, Sec. 
French Club, Sec. 
Art Club 

History Workshop 
Ambition: To be an art teacher 




ELIZABETH L. HERTRICH 

"Beth- 
Activities: 
Honor Society 
German Club 
Art Club 
Chorus 
Ambition: To lead a good life 



JAMES HEWSON 



DEBBIE HIBBARD 



STEPHEN A. HUBERT 

Activities: 

German Club 

French Club 

Ambition: To be the next 

principal of Tenney High 

School 




LOIS HOFFMAN 




DIANE HOLLAND 



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DONNA M.HOLLINS 
Ambition: To travel by 

motorcycle all over the place 



KATHLEEN HUGHES 

Kathy" 
Ambition: To lead a good and 
exciting life 




STEPHEN M. HYNES 

"Haynes" 
Activities: 
Soccer 

Student Council 
Student Advisory 
Honor Society 
Spanish Club 
Yearbook 
Senior Play 
Ambition: Medicine 



CATHERINE IRELAND 

"Cathy" 
Ambition: To live in the 
wilderness in Maine 




SHARON JAEGER 
Ambition: To live a happy life 
and be lucky in love 




ANN MARIE JARDINE 
Ambition: To travel 



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JEAN JUBA 

Ambition: To be a housewife 




M. ROBERTA KILCOYNE 

"Bert" 
Activities: 
Cadets 

Ambition: Special education 
major 




ALAN KAMAL 
"Big Al" 
Ambition: To be a salesman 




MICHAEL J. KENNEDY 

"Thumper" 
Activities: 
Senior Play 
Track 




JOHNM. KIESSLING 
Activities: 
Band 

German Club 
Stage Band 
Hockey 
Ranger Staff 

Ambition: Physical education 
major 




WOW, what legs! 




Here she is Miss America, 1 975. 



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KEVIN KISSENGER 

"Henry" 
Ambition: A career in law 



MICHAEL KMIEC 

"Bono" 
Ambition: To own a bike shop 




MARINA KORIZIS 

"Greek" 
Activities: 
Field Hockey 
Track 

Jr. Boosters 
History Workshop 
German Club 
French Club 
Prep Club 
Ambition: Medical Technologist 



KRISTAKUEHN 

Activities: 
Spanish Club 
German Club 
History Workshop 
Flag Corp 
Honor Society 
Ambition: To stay happy 




MARLENE K. KUCHAR 

"Kuch" 
Activities: 
Honor Society 
Science Club 
Jr. Boosters 
Spanish Club 
History Workshop 
Ambition: To be happy 



MAUREEN L. LACROIX 

"Moe" 
Activities: 
Cadets 

Ambition: To become a legal 
secretary 




MICHAEL B. LAFLEUR 



PAULA LANDRY 

"Bird" 
Ambition: To get a job 




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LINDA LANGLAIS 

Activities: 

J.V. Basketball 

Track 

Library Club 

History Workshop 

Honor Society 

Pep Club 

French Club 

Ambition: Medical Technologist 



MARK LANGLAIS 

"Moose" 
Ambition: Engineer 



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CHERYL LAPLANTE 

Activities: 

Majorettes 

Ambition: Executive Secretary 



ANDY LAURIN 
Ambition: Forest Ranger 




LINDA J. LARSON 
Ambition: To be a nurse 



BRENDA GAIL LANDRY 
Ambition: To be a psychologist 




YVETTE LAVIGNE 

"Vetsi" 
Ambition: To go to college 



DOLORES LAVOIE 
"Dolly" 




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LINDA LAVOIE 
..p.. 

Ambition: Secretary 



MICHAEL T. LAWTON 

Activities: 

Soccer 

Ambition: To be a veterinarian 




MICHAEL R. LEBEL 

Activities: 

Hockey 

Ambition: To make money 



SUSAN M. LUPO 
Activities: 

Senior Class President 
Yearbook Staff 
Football Cheerleader 
Italian Club 

Ambition: To travel around the 
world 




ETHEL LEBLANC 
Ambition: Office Worker 



MARK S. LEMARIER 
Ambition: Truck Driver 




THERESA LEMAY 

"Tweety" 
Ambition: To work with dogs 




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ELIZABETH LEONARD 

Activities: 

Field Hockey 

Gymnastics 

Track 

Jr. Booster, Pres. 



JEFFREY M.LERNED 
Activities: 
Football 
Basketball 
Track 

Ambition: To work for the 
government 



SUSAN C. LEMOINE 
Activities: 
Art Club 
Pep Club, Pres. 

Senior Class Officer, Treasurer 
Powder Puff Football 
Football Queen 
Yearbook Staff 

Ambition: To work as a successful 
secretary 




RICHARD LONGTIN 




JAMES LUCIANO 

"Luch" VINCENT A. LUCIANO 

Activities: "Lucky" 

Baseball Ambition: To be President of Italy 

Ambition: To join the Mafia 




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DEBRA J. LUCIER 
Activities: 
Ranger Staff 




LINDAJ.MacLEAN 

"Mac" 
Ambition: To be independent 




SUSAN K. MacLEAN 



MARYJANE MANSOR 
"Mare" 



DAVID MARIANO 

"Dave" 
Ambition: Electrical Engineer 



MARY MALLEY 
Ambition: Secretary 



LEE MARCHMAN 
Ambition: Auto Mechanic, 

Millionaire, and have a good 

life 





ALFRED MARSDEN 



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NANCY MARSDEN 

Activities: 

Softball 

Latm Club 

Drama Club 

Volleyball 

Jr. Boosters 

Ambition: Pediatrician 




LEILA L. MARTONE 

Activities: 

Softball 

Field Hockey 

Basketball 

Pep Club 

Art Club 

Jr. Boosters, Pres. 

Ambition: Art Teacher 




DONNA MASUCCI 



MAUREEN MAZZOTTA 

"Moe" 
Ambition: To be happy in life 



GAYLE MATTHES 

Activities: 

Cheerleader, Co-Capt. 

Student Council, Vice-Pres. 

Regional Advisory Delegate 

Pep Club 

Ambition: Legal Secretary 



COLLEEN M. McCALL 

Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 

Art Club 

Ambition: To be happy 





SHARON McGRATH 



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george Mclaughlin 

"Mack" 
Ambition: To be happy 



SUSAN E. McMAHON 

"Sue" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Special Needs Teacher 




PATRICIA A. McMENAMON 

"Patty" 
Activities: 
Italian Club 
Ambition: School Nurse 



MICHAELE MIKULIS 

"Mike" 
Activities: 
Pep Club 
French Club 
Ambition: Nurse 




FREDERICK A. MINICHINO 

"Fritz" 
Activities: 
Track 
PATS 

Drama Club 
Lightning Calculation 
Computer Club 
Ambition: Computer Research 




JOHN C. MOORE 
"Moose" 



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MAE MOORE 

Ambition: to go to art school 




MAUREEN MORAN 
"Moe" 




JOHN A. MATTOLA 



DORINA MOREAU 



SUSAN MORSE 

Activities: 

Spanish Club 

Jr. Boosters 

Basketball 

Softball 

Volleyball 

Ambition: Physical Therapist 



DONNA MORIN 

"Morgan" 
Ambition: Executive Secretary 




Let's see, was that left, right, left or right, left, right? 



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CHERYL MUSHOW 

"Raincheck" 
Ambition: to succeed in life 



JEFF NASON 

Activities: 

Baseball 

Ambition: to get out of school 




DARALYN NELSON 

"Dairy" 
Activities: 
German Club 
Ambition: Nurse 



STEVEN MARK NOLET 

Activities: 

Football 

Spring Track 

Winter Track 




GAYLE A. NICHOLSON 
Ambition: to be happy in life 



LISA JOY NOLIN 
Activities: 
German Club 
Majorettes 
History Workshop 
Ambition: to do whatever 
choose 




PAULA O'CONNELL 

Activities: 

History Workshop 

German Club 

Jr. Boosters 

Flag Corp 

Ambition: Medical Assistant 



JEAN O'DOWD 

"Jeanny" 
Activities: 
Chorus 

History Workshop 
Ambition: Special Education 




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JAMES O'LOUGHLIN 

"Jungle" 
Activities: 
Soccer 
Band 

Cross Country 
Stage Band 
Spanish Club 
Basketball 
Ambition: Law 



DENISE OUELLETTE 




MARY BETH PACHECO 

Activities: 

Band 

History Workshop 

Ambition: Dental Assistant 



DEBI PANEBIANCO 

Activities: 

Italian Club 

D.E.C.A. 

Spanish Club 

Chorus 

Ambition: to always be happy. 




MARY LOUISE PALAZZO 

"Mare" 
Activities: 
History Workshop 
Pep Club 
Drama Club 
Honor Society 
French Club 
Ranger Staff 

Ambition: to marry, and write in 
my spare time 



PATRICE A. PAPPALARDO 

"Pat- 
Activities: 
Chorus 
Ambition: get married 



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CATHERINE L. PARIS 




"Cathy" 




Activities: 




Majorettes 




Pep Club 


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Jr. Boosters 






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SHARON R. PARISI 
Activities: 
Jr. Boosters 
German Club 
Honor Society 
Pep Club 

Library Club, Treas. 
Ambition: Physician 




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CLAIRE PARRINO 



KAREN ANNE PAUK 

"Cal" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
Drama Club 
Ambition: Merchant Retailer 



NANCY L. PARSONS 

"Nanny" 
Activities: 
Drama Club, Pres. 
Ranger Staff 
German Club 

Ambition: to major in the field 
of communications 



ROSEMARY PELCZAR 

"Rosie" 
Activities: 
History Workshop 
Ambition: to go to college 





MARY EVA PELLETIER 

"MEP" 
Ambition: to be an L.P.N. 



BRUCE PERKINS 

"Perky" 
Ambition: Conservation 
Officer 



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GARY J. PERSICHETTI 

"Pers" 
Activities: 
Band 
Ambition: Policeman 




JEREMIAH A. PETERS 

"Jerry" 
Activities: 
Drama Club 
Computer Club 
Chorus 
Ambition: to retire at 25 



JOYCE A. PETTERUTI 
Ambition: Secretary 



KATHY ANN PHILIPS 

"Chathi" 
Activities: 
Chorus 

Rangerettes, Exec. Commander 
Honor Society 
Ambition: Accountant 




JUDITH PICCIRILLO 

"Pic" 
Activities: 
Rangerettes 
Ambition: to travel 




MICHAEL T. PLANTAMURA 

"Mike" 
Activities: 
Cross Country 
Winter Track 
Spring Track 
Honor Society 
German Club 
Ambition: Engineering 



RACHEL PLOUFFE 
Activities: 
Library Club 
Ambition: Secretary 




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LUCY A. POISSON 
Ambition: Secretary 




SAL POLIZZOTTI 




HELEN S. PURDY 

Activities: 

D.E.C.A. 

Ambition: Dancing Career 



GAIL-ANN RATTE 
Activities: 

Rangerettes, Commander 
Ambition: to enjoy life 



DIANE RATCLIFFE 
Activities: 
Flag Corp 
Pep Club 
Jr. Boosters 
German Club 
Library Club 

Ambition: to enter the field of 
psychology 



BRIAN T. RAYMOND 

"Ray" 
Activities: 
Soccer 
Basketball 

Ambition: to travel around the 
world 




DAVID REGAN 
Ambition: to be an F.B.I, 
investigator 




MAUREEN REGAN 

"Mush" 
Activities: 
Rangerettes 

Ambition: to marry Danny and 
have a happy life 



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ELIZABETH REID 

"Betty" 
Activities: 
Ranger Staff 
Ambition: Sociology 




DONNA REITANO 

Activities: 

Cheerleader 

Pep Club 

Ambition: to always be happy 




MATTHEW REMILLARD 



DALE RICCI 

Activities: 

Library Club 

Ambition: work in an office 



RICHARD JOSEPH RHEAULT 

"Rolfe" 
Ambition: to truck around the 
country 



DON RICCIO 

Ambition: to be a success in 
life 




LINDSAY RIDDLE 




DALE RIPLEY 

"Rip" 
Ambition: Automobile Mechanic 



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SHIRLEY ROSE 

Activities: 

Spring Track 

Art Club 

Chorus, Sec.-Treas. 

Honor Society 

Jr. Boosters 

Ambition: Deaf Worker 



KIMBERLY ROGERS 

"Kim" 
Activities: 
Field Hockey 
Track 
Basketbal 
History Workshop 
French Club 
Pep Club 
Jr. Boosters 

Ambition: Medical Record 
Technician 





ALMA ROMAN 

"Jay" 
Ambition: to live a happy life 



DAVID MICHAEL ROTONDO 

"Dave" 
Ambition: pro hockey player 




SHERYL RUDIS 

Ambition: to be happy in life 



GARY RUFFEN 
Activities: 
Football 
Hockey 
Golf 

Ambition: to travel around by 
van 




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DEBBIE SAALFRANK 
Activities: 
Library Club 

Ambition: to lead a happy 
life 



KATHRYN A. SAINDON 

Activities: 

Field Hockey 

Gymnastics 

Track 

Jr. Boosters 

Library Club 

Art Club 

Science Club 

Honor Society 

History Workshop 

Ambition: Nurse 




JOHN ST.JEAN 
Ambition: to go to work 



RHONDA SALOIS 
Ambition: Accountant 





VITO S. SAMPERI JR. 

Activities: 

Pep Club 

Drama Club 

Chorus 

Italian Club 

Yearbook 

Ambition: Elementary Education 



Just leave me alone. 



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CAROLYN SANFORD 
Activities: 
Field Hockey 
Basketball 
Track 

Honor Society 
Jr. Boosters 
Science Club 

Ambition: to be a medical 
technologist 



DEBORAH SANFT 

"Debbie" 
Ambition: to live a happy.and 
successful life 




DIANE SANGUEDOLCE 

"Di" 
Activities 
Pep Club 
Jr. Boosters 
Basketball 
Field Hockey 
History Workshop 
French Club 
Spanish Club 
Track 
Ambition: to enjoy life 



KEN SCHELLING 

"Captain Ken" 
Activities: 
Soccer 
Hockey 
Track 
Ambition: Electrical Engineer 




CATHERINE SAVOIE 
Ambition: to succeed in life and 
travel around the world 



RAY SCHENK 




CAROL SCHINDLER 



WENDY LEE SCHUBERT 

Activities: 

D.E.C.A. 




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JAMES SCUITO 

Activities: 

Band 



JOHN K. SCUITO 

"Jack" 
Activities: 
D.E.C.A. 
Ambition: to work 




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BRIAN A. SCOTT 



CYNTHIA ANN SEABORNE 

"Cindi" 
Activities: 
Pep Club 
Ranger Staff 
Computer Club 
Chorus 
Art Club 
French Club 
Ambition: to enter the business 

world and eventually have a 

family 




CATHY J. SCOn 
Ambition: to get through school 
and become a cosmetologist 



LINDA R. SHARON 
Activities: 
Field Hockey 
Gymnastics 
Track 

Powder Puff Football 
Library Club 
Computer Club 
Jr. Boosters 

Ambition: Physical Education 
Teacher 




DEBBIE A. SHAW 

"Deb" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
Drama Club 
Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: to enter the field of 
child care and marry Steve 



CINDY M. SHEA 

"Cin" 
Ambition: to live a happy and 
rich life 




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JOHNJ.SHEEHAN 

"Jack" 
Ambition: to join the Navy 



MICHAEL J. SILVESTRO 

'Mike" 
Ambition: Policeman 




SANDRA MARIE SIMONE 




STEPHEN SLATER 
Activities: 
Hockey 
Soccer 

Ambition: to own and race 
motorcycles 



DAVE J. SMITH 

"Smitty" 
Ambition: to be a success in life 



DIANE SMITH 

Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 

Ambition: to attend a business 

school and become an 

accountant 




Another exciting gym class at Tenney High. 



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KAREN ANN SNELL 

"Squirrel" 
Activities: 
German Club 
Chorus 
Jr. Boosters 
Spring Track 
Ambition: to be a writer 



PAMELA J. SNOW 

"Pam" 
Activities: 
Band 

Spanish Club 
Italian Club 
History Workshop 



JANICE LYNN SMITH 

"Jan" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
French Club 
Ambition: to be an accountant 




EUGENA M. SOUCY 
Activities: 
Band, Pres. 
Stage Band 
Gymnastics 
History Workshop 
French Club 

Ambition: Horticulturist and 
Musician 




DAWN E. SPENCER 

Activities: 

Chorus 

Ambition: Airline Stewardess 



LINDA ANN STANLEY 
Activities: 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: to be a writer 




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JULIE STANSITS 
Ambition: to go to work and 
become wealthy 







BARBARA STOEBEL 

Activities: 

Jr. Boosters 

Chorus 

French Club 

Senior Play 

Ambition: to be the greatest 

writer on the Western 

Hemisphere 




DAVE STOTT 

Activities: 

Band 

Gymnastics 

Ambition: Accountant 



PAULA LEE SULLIVAN 

"Sully•• 
Activities: 
French Club 
Latin Club 
Majorettes 
Jr. Boosters 
Ambition: Medicine 



MICHELE STRUFFALINO 

Activities: 

Powder Puff Football 

Cheerleader 

Pep Club 

Ambition: Social Worker 



SEAN MICHAEL SULLIVAN 

Activities: 

Chorus 

Computer Club 




DEBORAH LYNN SWEENEY 

"Debbie" 
Activities: 
Ranger Staff 
Drama Club 
Pep Club 
Chorus 
French Club 

Ambition: to get through college 
and have a family 




BRIAN TARDUGNO 

"Tar" 
Ambition: to be a prohockey 
player 



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RANDI LEE TOMPKINS 

"Arangthi" 
Activities: 
Chorus 
Track 

Rangerettes 

Ambition: to marry Pete and be 
happy 




ROBERT TOWNSEND 
Activities: 
Soccer 
Gymnastics 
Baseball 
Senior Play 
Student Council, Pres. 
Yearbook, Ed. 
Chorus 

Honor Society 
PATS 

Ambition: Aeronautical 
Engineer 



ROGER THOMAS TREMBLAY 

Activities: 

Soccer 

Wrestling 



DONNA MARIE TRAFICANTE 
Ambition: to travel around the 
world 



THOMAS TREMBLAY 
Activities: 
Art Club 
Drama Club 




LINDA MARIE TURCOTTE 
Ambition: Accountant 




JULIA VAHAN 
Ambition: L.P.N. 



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PAULA VAIKNORAS 
Activities: 
Majorettes 
Library Club 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Accountant 




MARK S. WAKS 
Activities: 

Hot Rodding through 
the parking lot. 
Ambition: to get rich and 
become a playboy 




IRENE VALLIERE 

Activities: 

Field Hockey 

Basketball 

Track 

Junior Boosters 

Ambition: to be a pharmacist 



JOANNE WAITT 
Activities: 
Drama Club 




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KEVIN WALSH 
Activities: 
Cadets 

Ambition: to become an 
electrical engineer 





RITA MARY WALSH 
Ambition: to become an 
accountant 




JEFFWIENHOLD 

"Stein" 
Activities: 
Basketball 
Baseball 




JERRY J. WELCH 




SHAUN WELCH 



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JAMES WILLIAMS 

Activities: 

Band 

Ambition: Dentist 



LAURIE ANN WILSON 
Ambition: to enter into the 
field of music 




KATHLEEN WINN 

"Kathy" 
Activities: 
Yearbook 
Flag Corps 
Ranger Staff 
Honor Society 
Senior Play 
Pep Club 

History Workshop 
Ambition: Dental Hygientist 



scon WOOLES 




SUSAN A. WOJTAS 

Activities: 

Flag Corps 

Band 

Orchestra 

Jr. Boosters 

History Workshop 

Ranger Staff 

Ambition: to be happy in life 



SHARON LEE WORSTER 
Activities: 
Library Club 
Spanish Club 
Drama Club 
Art Club 
Chorus 

History Workshop 
Ambition: to become an interior 
decorator 




REBECCA YOHE 

"Becky" 
Activities: 
Yearbook 
Honor Society 
German Club 
Tutor 
Ambition: Children's Teacher 



NANCY BETH YOUNG 
Ambition: to be a fashion 
designer 




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LATE SENIORS 





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MICHAEL EWING 



HAROLD GOEBEL 



MARIE GRASSELLO 












GARON KACHANIAN 



VICKI KURKJIAN 



SCOn MARTIN 





RAY MESSINA 



MICHAEL MORIN 



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STEPHEN PILZ 



DONNA SYLVESTER 



JAMES WITZGALL 



SHY SENIORS 



Gerard Blanchet 
Freddy Bonaventura 
Heidi Brown 
David Cardone 
Robert Coco 
Stephen Collins 
Barry Dinsmore 
Jacqueline Donahue 
Barry Dube 
Charles Dubois 
Richard Dul 
Deborah Flynn 
Carol Fuller 
Michael Greene 
Michael Lemieux 



Steve Leonhart 
Mike Martino 
Rick McDowell 
Mike Pandelena 
Ron Peredna 
Lionel Pomerleau 
Lonnie Pricer 
Lionel Purdy 
Tony Sanguedolce 
Phyllis Sasso 
Wayne Seymour 
Nancy Towler 
Susan Walker 
Jeff Weisenborn 
David Whittemore 
Mike Wrobel 



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"WHEN DEATH STRIKE8 DOWN THE INNOCENT AND YOUNG, FOR EVERY 
FRAGILE FORM FROM WHICH HE LETS THE PANTING SPIRIT FREE A 
HUNDRED VIRTUES RISE IN SHAPES OF MERCY. CHARITY AND LOVE. TO 
WALK THE WORLD AND BLESS IT." 

CHARLES DICKENS 





MARY MARGARET GAGNON 

Aim 9, 1 957 — February 25, 1 972 




VERONICA FOSTER 

September 18, 1957 — October 15. 1974 



Senior Superlatives 



Most 

Likely 

to 

Succeed 



Most Intellectual 




Debbie Derosa, John Cartelli 




Class 

Actor* 

and 

Actress 



Jerry Peters, Anne Dore 



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Most School 
Spirit 




Paula Bova, Marc Concherri 




Done 

Most 

for* 

School 



Rob Townsend, Gayle Matthes 




Most 
Athletic 



Leila Martone, Wayne Daigle 



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Vito Samperi and Mary Jane Mansor 



Class 
Clowns 



(Missing From Picture) 
Sue Grelle 



Marc Concheri 




Most 
Talkative 




Mutt 

and 

Jeff 



Bock Row: Tom Buco and Cathy Paris. Front Row: Carolyn Sanford and Kurt Carlson. 



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Flirt 

and 

Casanova 




Elaine Foderaro and Andy Lorin 




Mary Pacheco and Jace Cataldi 



Shy 
Boy 
and 
Girl 



Brute 

and 

Baby Face 

(Missing From Picture) 
Kathy Huges 




Mike Pandelena 



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Friendliest 



Lisa Camacho and Jim O'Loughlin 



Best 
Dressed 




Gayle Ratte and Garon Kachanian 



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Venus 



and 



Cheryl LaPlante 



Apollo 




Mark Buben 



King and Queen 




Tony Catalano and Susan Bonenfant 



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METHUEN 

RANGERS 

1974-1975 

FOOTBALL 




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Left to Right: Brian Buckley, Mark Concheri, Wayne Daigle, Gary Ruffen, Paul Drury, Jeff Lerned, Mark Buben, Steve Nolet. Missing: Mike Ewing. 



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L to R, 1 st Row: Sean Sullivan, Mark Concheri, Bill Hadley, Paul Love, Dan Gagnon, Jim Pritts, Tim Roberge, Mike Faro, Drex Fair. 2nd Row: Dave Kay, Bruce Bilapka, Russ 
Ohanian, Doug Allen, Mike Ewing, Bob Nazarian, Ron Tomacchio, Tim St. Paul, Jeff Pollard, Paul Drury. 3rd Row: Mark Lemariar, John Tremblay, John DeFusco, John Sapia, 
Steve DeFusco, Ron Hatem, Vin DeChane, John Sabbagh, William LaLiberty. 4th Row: Doug Burgess, Tom Schick, Steve Nolet, Gary Ruffen, Mark Buben, Glenn Gallant, Brian 
Buckley, Wayne Daigle, Jeff Lerned. Missing: Andy Hoehn, Rick Angus, Dan DeChane, Jim McDonald. 





Captain Wayne Daigle 




L to R: Head Coach Bob Rosmarino, Assistant Coaches Tony Catalano, Bill Cullen, Dan Moynihan. 



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Front Row: Pete O'Connell, George Feole, Lonnie Pricer, Robert Townsend, Craig Haskell, Manny DeDeus, David Trovato, Paul Parisi, Jeff Stott, Tom Lawton, John Collins, 
Dave Gordon. Second Row: Coach Mike Sorter, Kevin Salois, Mike Lawton, Ken Schelling, Roger Tremblay, Brian Raymond, Steve Florenz, Steve Bedrosian, Chris Blaser, Jim 
O'Loughlin, Tony Castiglione, Glenn Cannavo, Steve Hynes, Bill Raite, Joe Gurka, Art Soucy, Gerald Comtois. Missing: Gerald Comtois. 





TROPHIES WINNERS: Steve Florenz, Most Improved; Chris Blaser, MVP; Gerald Comtois, Outstanding Offen- 
sive Player; Roger Tremblay, Outstanding Defensive Player; Robert Townsend, Dedication; Steve Hynes, 
Coach's Trophy. 



Coach Mike Sorter 



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Co-Captain — Irene 
Valliere 

Coach — Diane 
Bradbury 



Co-Captain — Lila 



GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 




VARSITY, Front Row, Left to Right: Jane Lan- 
dry, Donna Lafrenier, Beth Bender, Debbie 
Martin, Irene Valliere, Leila Marfo'ne, Gina 
O'Clare. Second Row: Kim Rogers — man- 
ager, Cindy LaPlante, Effie Halaby, Gail Car- 
ter, Linda Gueli, Judy Zdanowicz, Diane San- 
guedolce — manager, Mary Schruender — 
coach. Third Row: Diane Defeo, Linda Shar- 
ron, Carolyn San ford. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY, Front Row, Left to Right: 
Lyn Greenwood, Adrienne Giragosian, Gail 
Ganem, Tina Martone, Sandy Lavoie. Second 
Row: Coach Diane Bradbury, Marianne Stra- 
vinskas, Lee Greenwood, Pat Duquette, Anne 
Diben, Laurie Otis, Tricia Nelson, Jane Szos- 
tak, Winnie Leonard, Kathy Minihane, Nancy 
Burns. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



Back, L. to R.: J. V. coach Steve Woodbury, Steve Sanford, 
Mike Plantamura, John Baggetta, Paul Healy, Steve Burns, 
Coach Roger Fuller. Center, L. to R.: Steve Ripley, George 
Benson, Mark Derosiers, Rich Gingras, Mike Janowski, Tim 
Lawton. Front, L. to R.: Jane Landry, Joe Grassello, Rocky 
Teer, Peter Johnson, Frank Plantamura, Rich Stravinskas. 




Did we win? 



Atta a boy, Joe! 



Come on Rock — move over! 



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Back Row, L. to R.: F. Minichino, S. Ripley, J. Luciano, J. Witzgall, P. Kenney, S. Burns, D. Kay, B. Bilapka, G. Gallant. Front Row, L. to R. : M. Lahey, P. Johnston, R. Stravinskas 
G. Benson, F. Plantamura, R. Gingras, S. Sanford, T. Schick. Missing: M. Plantamura, J. Baggetta, M. Buben, A. Kamal. 



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At 

At 
At 

At 



Dracut 

CCHS 

Salem 

Salem 

Billenca 

Andover 

Chelmsford 

Lawrence 

Wilmington 

Tewksbury 

Austin Prep 

Dracut 

(at Boston Garden) 

At CCHS 
Billenca 
Andover 
Chelmsford 
Lawrence 
Wilmington 
Tewksbury 
Austin Prep 



At 



At 



At 



Home 
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61 
66 
60 
66 
75 
73 
58 
78 

77 
64 
61 
65 
64 
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Co-Captain Bruce Blood 



Co-Captain Jeff Weinhold 



RANGERS 
BASKETBALL 




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Shaun Welch 



Jeff Lerned 



Kurt Carlson 





Co-Captain Bruce Blood, Coach John Rimas, Co-Captain Jeff Weinhold. 




1 st Row: Jeff Lerned, Kurt Carlson, Co-Captain Jeff Weinhold, Co-Captain Bruce Blood, Mike Kostyla, Ken Lumb, Manager Dan Gagnon, Steve Derosiers, Jim 
O'Laughlin, Shaun Welch, Wayne Daigle, Jeff Ness, Tom Powers, Coach John Rimas. 





What is a Team? A group of dedicated people who enjoy working 
together to accomplish a goal and to achieve personal satisfaction. 






Front Row: Mitch Halaby, Paul Fox, Mark Lebrun, Chris Croce, Roger Bota, Steve Winn, Mark Desrosiers, Ronnie Tremblay. Back Row: George Feole, 
John Pittera, Mike Ewing, Roger Tremblay, Mike Pittera, Pat Purdy, Mike Trussel, Coach: Ken Hall. 




GYMNAQT1CS 




First Row: Dave Foucher, Ross Garrafalo. Second Row: Paul Favro, Kevin Fillion, Bob Townsend. Third Row: Peter 
O'Connell, Tim Lawton, Coach Warren Vartanian. 




GIRLS* GYMNASTICS 





Liz 



Front Row, L. to R.: Penny Hines, Donna Joyal, Cathy Hebert, Cindy Sapia, Diane Purdy. 
Middle Row, L. to R.: Sharon Macdonald, Lee Greenwood, Liz Leonard, coach Karen Ber- 
geron, Lynn Greenwood, Cindy LaPlante, Nancy Faunt. Back Row, L. to R.: Annette Soucy, 
Sue O'Brian, Barbara Follansbee. 





Sue 





Barbara 




Lee 




TRI-CAPTAINS: Annette, Sue, and Barbara. 



Diane 



Lynn 



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HOCKEY 




Left to Right, 1 st Row: Jeff Edwards, Gary Ruffen, Ken Shelling, Jay Atkinson, Mike Lebel, Curt Goulet, Jerry Comtois, Gerard Comtois, John Kiessling. 2nd Row: Steve Longtin, 
Ron Dicenso, Dave April, Rick Zacharis, Mike Seagel, Frank Mistle, John Sabbagh, Mike Weinhold, Art Soucy, Rick Angus, Dave Hewson, Henry Marrone. 







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1 st Row: Gary Ruffen, Ken Shelling, Jeff Edwards. 2nd Row: Jay Atkinson, Curt Goulet, Mike Lebel, Jerry Comtois, Gerard Comtois, John Kiessling. 




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VARSITY 
Rear, Left to Right: Celeste Lippe, Donna 
Lafrenier, Diane Defeo, Linda Gueli, Sue 
Morse, Julie Zdanowicz, Gail Carter, 
Coach Sheila Cunningham. Front, Left to 
Right: Beth Bender, Carol McCloud, Caro- 
lyn Sanford; Co-Captain, Effie Halaby; 
Co-Captain, Leila Martone, Irene Valliere. 




VARSITY SENIORS (Left 
Photo), Rear: Irene Valli- 
ere, Effie Halaby, Leila 
Martone. Front: Carolyn 
Sanford, Sue Morse. 
(Right Photo) Co-Captain 
Effie Halaby, Coach Cun- 
ningham, Co-Captain Car- 
olyn Sanford. 




J. V., Rear: Coach Meredith Hanson, Eileen Minihane, Maryann Stravinskas, Tricia Nelson, Nancy Burns, 
Jane Shostack, Gina Auckair. Front: Susan Marcinkevicus, Linda Scandora, Gina Neve, Winnie Lennard, 
Gail Ganem, Joan Landry, Karen McGrail. Left Photo: J.V. Co-Captains Winnie Lennard (21) and Gail 
Ganem (33) with Coach Hanson. 



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David Whiting, Advisor, L. to R.: Beverly Chointoian, secretary; Nancy Benson, vice-president; Susan Lupo, president; Susan Lemoine, treasurer. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Through the high school years, we have been represented by our class officers who have worked 
together to make our class the best. The choosing of class rings, selling of candy, and dances were some 
of the jobs these four people took on. 

The senior year is the busiest for the class officers who have to begin making arrangements for the 
Class Play and the Senior Prom. The total co-operation of the class made the play and the prom two of 
the most unforgettable events for everyone involved. 

The Senior Class officers' job will never be completed as they will always be making plans for the 
Class of '75 reunions, when we will all meet after years of growth and noticeable changes within each 
of us. 



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Junior 
Class 
Officers 




L. to R.: Sharon Sidlik, president; Karen Olivieri, vice-president; Laurie Auclair, secretary; Susan Cummings, trea- 
surer. 



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Sophomore 
Class 
Officers 



Mark Childs, president; Kathy Danahy, vice-president; Linda Lafrenier, secretary; Lynn Auclair, treasurer. 



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Richard Corso 
Lilia Kemey 
Linda Adams 
Robin Reitano 



Mark Concheri, Steve Floris 

Bob Townsend, Steve Hynes 

Paula Bell, Gayle Matthes, Mary Jane Mansor 



Thelia Kazanjian 

Debbie Waitkevitch 

Alice Chontoian 

Shelley Bonenfant 

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Rob Townsend — historian, Carol Drouin — president, Vicki Dobrzynski — 
vice-president, Kathy Winn — treasurer, Gerard Gagne — advisor, Sandy Her- 
ring — secretary. 



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Front Row: Anne Dore, Debbie DeRosa, Beverly Chontoian, Marlene Kuchar, Krista Khuen, Kim Bordier, Cathy Flemming, Bonnie Fitzgerald, Debbie Barbin, Leslie Kerman, Beth 
Bender, Paula Vaiknovas. Middle Row: Barbara Follansbee, Colleen Ginchereau, Sue Bonenfant, Mary Palazzo, Sandy Herring, Cathy Sandon, Kathy Winn, Shirley Rose, Vicki 
Dobrzynski, John Cartelli, Bart Calobrisi, Steve Desrosiers, Steve Ripley. Back Row: Carolyn Sanford, Beth Hertrich, Susan Harnisch, Donna Ratcliffe, Carol Drouin, Linda Langlais, 
Sharon Parissi, Bill Hadley, Joe Gurka, Dave Travato, Mark Desrosiers, Rob Townsend, Steve Hynes, Joe Grassello, Mr. Gerard Gagne, advisor. 




NATIONAL 
HONOR 

90CIETY 
74-75 




Lefi to Right: Sue Divine, Secretary; Bob Townsend, Pres.; Gayle Matthes, Vice 
Pres. Missing: Tricia Harrison, Treasurer, Mr. Rimas, Advisor. 



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Tenney's 
Marching 
Band 



Row One L to R.: Pom Snow, J. Williams, C. Cook, J. Fitzgerald, K. Eramjian, B. Appleyard, J. O'loughlin, J. 
Kiessling,'s. Wojtas. Row Two: D. Faucher, R. Garofalo, M. Pacheco, M. Lavoie, G. Soucy, F. Foderaro L. Simm, 
C Reidel L. Dolloff, R. Benedict, P. Stott, G. Perschitti. Row Three: J. Russell, J. Latini, T. Mosson, A. Soucy, W. 
Hoehn, S. Hamner, J. Carter, B. Calobrisi, J. Sciuto. Row Four: C. Eramgian, H. Hale, B. Howard, A. Galloway, M. 
Pacheco, K. Lumb, C. Barbin, G. Castiglione, A. Veit, D. Collier, David Isador, Director. 

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Top Row: Alan Veit, Jim O'Loughlin, Bart Calobrisi, Laurel Dolloff, Scott Hamner, Jay Carter. 2nd Row: Jim Latinni, 
Annette Soucy, Karen Eramjian, David Faucher, John Kiessling. Bottom Row: Ken Lumb, Wendy Hoehn, Jim Rus- 
sell, Gina Soucy, Lucy Simm, Carl Eramjian, David Isador, dir. 




L. to R.: David Isador, Director; John Kiessling, vice-pres., 
Gina Soucy, pres.; Brenda Appleyard, lib. 



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L. to R.: 



Brenda Appleyard 
Susan Wojtas 

Dolores Whipple 

Carol Schwarzenberg 




Kathleen Winn 
Krista Kuehm 
Paula O'Connell 
Alice Garafolo 



SENIORS, Back, L. to 
R.: Krista, Paula, 
Kathy. Front, L. to R.: 
Susan, Brenda. 



The 1974-1 975 Flag 

Corps consisting of 6 flag 

bearers and a National Section added 

color and style to the Ranger Marching Band. 

The girls performed with the band at all the football games, 

in parades, and at invitational band shows at Dover N.H. and 

Somerset MA. The intricate twirling routines were written by the co-captains 

and performed to the music of "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is" and 

other tunes. 




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THE GIRLS WHO TWIRLED . . . 

The Majorettes of Tenney High School added up to a talented 
unit of skill and energy. Whether they were marching in a parade, 
performing at a rally, or just practicing a new routine, the girls put 
forth all their effort. 

How can the group ever forget all those hours spent after 
school, freezing at football games, "left, left" and those long, 
noisy bus trips? For Lisa Nolin, Gayle Grosse, Paula Sullivan, and 
Paula Vaiknoras, the four senior members of the squad, "It Won't 
Be Easy"! 






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Co-Captains: Diane Kiriajes and Paula Vaiknoras. Middle Row: Gayle Grosse, Lisa Nolin, Paula Sullivan. Back Row: Debbie Lever, 
Carol Feugill, Nancy Tuminowski. 



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RANGERETTES 




Front Row: Jane Franciosa, Roberta Kilcoyne, Kathy Phillips, Gail Ratte, Maureen Lacroix, Eva Thibodeau, Randi Tompkins. Second Row: Eileen Poole, Collean 
McCall, Debbie Marcinkevich, Kathy Nicolosi, Debby Waitkevitch, Darcy Hajjar, Pam Faucher, Lynne Geary. Back Row: Lucille Cartelli, Carol Zilinsky, Maura 
Flannagan, Anne Marie Rylance, Caroline Najach, Joanne Mundry, Debbie Manning, Anita Coco, Donna Lemire, Jean Theberge, Eli Sapienza, Michele Bonen- 
fant, Morlene Mgrdichian. 




Front Row: Kathy Phillips — Ex. Commander, Gail Ratte — Rangerette Com- 
mander, Randi Tompkins — Supply Officer. Back Row: Maureen Lacroix — Adju- 
tant, Roberta Kilcoyne — Drill Officer, Eva Thibodeau — Training Officer. 




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Bottom, I to r : Elaine Foderoro, Cyndi Corey, Caroline Najuch, Michaele Struffolino, Paula Bova, Kim McEvoy, Jill Bailie, Carrie Collupy, Lyn Lariviere. Top: Kim Bordieri, Gayle 
Matthes, Donna Reitano. 





J.V. — Front: M. Morton, R. Smith. 2nd: S. Haggerty, L. Kearny, D. Waitkevitch, C. Sapia, T. Kenyon, L. Griskevitch, K. 
Manning. Top: S. Cleary, R. Reitano. 



Co-Captains 
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Front Row: Dorcy Hajjar, Cheryl Coco. Second Row, left to right: Sandy Van Dome, Nancy Hoyle, Ms. Durham — Advisor, Cathy Saindon, 
Sandy Hering, Beth Hiertrich, Cindy Seaborne. Third Row, left to right: Tom Tremblay, Joanne Buben, Denise Duquette, Sharon Worster, Shirley 
Rose, Barbara Follansbe, Lila Martone. Back Row: Susan Barry, Susan Lemome. 



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Top, left to right: Shirley Rose — President, Tom Tremblay — Vice 
President, Ms. Durham — Advisor, Sandy Hering — Treasurer, Bar- 
bara Follansbe — Secretary 



Spanish Club 

Spanish Club Activities: This year the 
Spanish Club attended "Spanish Week" 
at the Museum of Science as well as "The 
Whole World Celebration" in Boston. 
Some of the funds made on a candy sale 
enabled members to enjoy a Mexican 
luncheon at the Cafe Romero in Boston. 




Top Row: Mrs. Derby, M. Flannagan, G. McGonigal, S. Worster, B. Craven, P. Duquette, T. Tremblay, S. Thompson, S. 
Torres. F. Foderaro, C. Sousa, J. Finnegan, S. Hegarty. Middle Row: A. Pollozati, R. Nicolosi, Joan Landry, S. Morse, 
P. Vaiknoras, Jane Landry, M. Benson, K. Cottone, R. Reitano, L. Harvey, K. Poublon. Bottom Row: M. Gauvin, D. 
Lever, C. McLeod, G. Comptois, M. Bonenfante, D. Manning, K. Kuehn, K. Borderi, J. DelliColli, L. Manikas, C. Riley. 




Spanish Club 
Officers 



Italian Club 



Officers 



L. to R.: Historian, Colleen Riley; Secretary, Kim Borderi, Mrs. Derby, 
Advisor; Vice President, Joanne Delli Colli; Treasurer, Shiela 
Hajgarty; President, Lynn Manikas (front). 




President, Liela Analoro (Not Present). L. to R.: D. Daigle, D. Lever, 
Vice President; Mr. Caruso, Advisor; L. Cartelli, Secretary; M. Drago, 
Historian; C. Corier, Treasurer. 




Top Row: Mr. Caruso, D. Daigle, C. Neve, C. Corier, G. Feole. Middle Row: C. Drago, D. Breen, J. Novello, L. Cartelli, 
K. Nicolosi, R. Latorre, L. Ford. Bottom Row: S. Lupo, V. Samperi, E. Butterworth, C. Curtis, L. Gueli, E. Thibodeau, D. 
Lever. 



Italian Club 

Italian Club Activities: The 1974-1975 
Italian Club ran a bakery sale to raise 
money for the treasury. The club also took 
part in field trips to the International Fair 
and also to a European restaurant. 



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German Club 




Top, left to right: Karen Snell, Daralyn Nelson, Kathy Ford, Chris Blaser, Colleen Gingereau, Jackie Healy, Ronald Mair-Heckmit, Mike Kostyla, Mike Wroebal, Carl Reidl, Anne 
Dore, Donna Ratcliffe, Mike Plantamura, Pat Purdy, Mrs. Gammons — Advisor. Second Row, left to right: Tom Simon, Wendy Hoehn, Krista Khuehn, Paula O'Connel, Lisa Nolin, 
Cathy Sidon, Debbie Martin, Nancy Parsons, Marina Korizis, John Cartelli, Dave Trouto, Mark Donahue. Bottom Row, left to right: Tina Kiessling, Sharon Parisi, Debbie Derosa, 
Elizabeth Hiertrich, Annette Guy, Donna LaFrenier, Elaine Foderaro, Steve Florenz, Mark Desrosiers, Caroline Najuch, Dianne Defeo. 







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Rear Seated, left to right: John Cartelli, Colleen Ginchereau, Karen Snell, Elaine Foderaro. Front: Advisor, Mrs. Robert 
Gammons. 



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Top, left to right: James Lane, Carol Zelinski, Karen Coco, Arlene Poole, Celeste Lippe, Richard Corso, Richard Scuito, Linda Adams, Leilah Kearny, Mary Rae Matron, Debbie 
Barbin. Bottom, left to right: Cathy Danahy, Linda LaFrenier, Carol Schwartzenburg, Lori Otis, Leslie Kerman, Sandra Hering, Beverly Chontoian, Beth Casey, Linda Langlais, 
Mrs. Boisvert — Advisor. 



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Left to Right: Beverly Chontoian — President, Beth Casey 
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Treasurer, Mrs. Boisvert — Advisor, Sandra Hering — Secretary, Leslie Kerman — 



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LIGHTNING CALCULATORS 




First Row — Front to Back: Allen Brown, Dave Plantamura, Gerry Peters, Joe Joy, Paul Fox. Second Row: Joe Grassello, Richard Gingras, Matthew Bolduc. Third Row: Mark 
Desrosiers, John Cartelli, Fred Minnichino. Fourth Row: Brian Valliere, Gerard Plouffe, Shaun Sullivan. Fifth Row: Cindy Seaborne, Steve Sanford, David Callahan. Sixth Row: 
Lynne Anne Delehante, Mr. Clayman — Advisor, Joe Gurka. Missing: Mr. Sieg, Advisor. 







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Left to Right: Richard Gingras — Vice President, Dave Plantamura — President, Mr. Clayman — Advisor, John Cartelli 
Secretary. Missing: Mr. Sieg — Advisor. 



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First: C. Cassidy, A. Marlene, D. Defeo, G. Carter, D. Bolduc, N. Fount, S. Wojtas, D. Barbin, B. Bender. Second: S. Sanford, S. Ripley, J. Landry, L. Brown, M. Maglia, K. 
Cottone, D. Martin, A. Guy, D. Lafrenier. Third: M. Childs, J. Landry, L. Harvey, A. Kearney, P. Fox, J. Zdanowicz, L. Manikas, D. Marcinkevitch, J. DelliColli, R. McAvoy, Mrs. 
Dorner, Advisor. Fourth: R. Corso, M. Bolduc, E. Gallagher, D. Gagnon, T. Tremblay, T. Simon, L. Gueli, L. Kerman, D. Waitkevitch, C. Collopy, P. Duquette, Mr. Rimas, Advisor. 
Fifth: J. Buben, S. Desrosiers, T. Castiglione, D. Callahan, D. Trovato, G. McGonigle, D. Plantamura, Mr. Smith, Advisor. 




Officers 



Front: Dan Gagnon, V.P., Bonnie Fitzgerald, President. Back: Jane Landry, Sec, Bob 
Apkarian, Treasurer, Beth Bender, Public Relations. 



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1974 



JUNIOR 
BOOQTER8 



1975 




Front Row, Left to Right: Effie Halaby, Debbie Lever, Irene Valliere, Debbie Martin, Leila Martone, Gina O'clare, Debbie Barbin, Beth Bender. Second Row: Nancy Marsden, 
Joan Landry, Barbara Follansbee, Kathy Saindon, Jane Landry, Robin Smith, Celeste Lippe, Annette Guy, Paula O'Connell, Kim Rodgers, Gail Carter, Mr. Whiting — Advisor. 
Third Row: Eileen Minihane, Paula Sullivan, Carolyn Sanford, Lynne Brown, Pat Duquette, Diane Defeo, Arlene Marsan, Judy Zdanowicz, Linda Gueli, Donna LaFrenier, Tricia 
Nelson. Fourth Row: Jane Szostak, Paula Bell, Linda Sharron, Susan Morse, Victor Majkut, Carol Drouin, Liz Leonard, Shirley Rose, Nancy Burns, Marina Korizis. 




The Junior Boosters are responsible for co-sponsoring three 
wrestling matches. They also helped to raise money for Boy's Bas- 
ketball, Student Council and the Senior Class. Another one of their 
achievements was raising funds for Girl's Sports and buying equip- 
ment for Girl's Softball, Track, Basketball, Volleyball, and Field 
Hockey. The Junior Boosters contributed to the scholarship *und for 
Seniors and sponsored Sportsmanship trophie for the betterment of 
the girl's athletic program in Tenney High School. 



Irene Valliere, sec.; Liz Leonard, pres.; Leila Martone, V.P.; David Wighting, adv 
sor; Beth Bender, treas. 



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Top Row: Mark Dame, James Lane, Victor Majkut, Linda Sharon. 2nd Row (Semi-Circular), I to r: Nancy Fount, 
Carol Collopy, Robin Smith, Rachel Plouffe, Sharon Parisi, Cathy Saindon, Debbie Saalfrank, Sharon Worster, 
Dorothy Hayes, aide. Front, I to r: Annette Guy, Donna Lafrenier, Paula Vaiknoras, Lorraine Zakia. 



Library 
Club 




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Science 
Club 




First Row: Morlene Kuchor, Kathy Saindon, Carolyn Sanford, Colleen Ginchereau, Barbara Follansbee, Linda 
Sharon. Second Row: Gerard Plouffe, Charles Boddy, Brian Valliere, Allen Brown, Peter Macas, James Lane, 
Marc Daine, Mr. Ziminski, advisor. 



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Back Row: S. Tremblay, C. Feugiul, S. Worster, P. Pappalardo, V. Dobrzynski, S. Rose, S. Sullivan, J. Peters, S. Martin, G. Kalil, T. Fitzgerald, B. Hertrich, C. Drouin, K. Snell, L. 
Leonard. Middle Row: L. Lafrenier, L. Rimas, D. Kyriages, L. Geary, B. Bender, B. Calobrisi, R. Townsend, C. Drago, G. Gaudreau, J. Landry, J. O'Dowd, K. Danahy, J. Landry. 
Front Row: D. Jabour, S. Blackington, J. Arivella, D. Appleyard, C. Seaborne, K. Ehramjian, B. Appleyard, M. Pauk, J. Naylor, V. Samperi, S. Macmahon, M. Pelletier, S. 
Heggarty, J. Smith, J. Peavy, director. 





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Shirley Rose — secretary/treasurer 
Jerry Peters — vice-president 
Vicki Dobrzynski — president 
Carol Drouin — secretary/treasurer 



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DRAMA CLUB 




1 st Row: K. Morgan, G. Miller, M. Thibedeau, B. Appleyard, C. Persichetti, T. Chebba, P. Chabbot, V. Samperi. Row 2: R. Corso, L. Booth, D. DeRosa, C. Gingereau, A. Dore, S. 
Worster, M. Mgrdichian, J. Finnnogin, Mrs. Hovanasian, Miss Bissonnette. Row 3: S. Heinz, N. Parsons, M. Korizis, N. Marsden, D. Lever, D. Manning, S. Tomson, T. Simon, M. 
Drago, D. Kyriages. Row 4: D. Sweeney, G. Kalil, B. Calobresi, M. Concheri, M. Kennedy, J. Peters, R. Benedict, T. Tremblay, B. Craven, M. Gallo, S. Tremblay, D. Hajjar, L. Liles. 




J. Peters, Vice-President, Nancy Parsons, President, M. Korizis, Secretary, B. Craven, Trea- 
surer 



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1 st Row, L to R: Leila Martone, Cathy Paris, Debbie Barbin, Vito Sampari. 2nd Row, L to R: Kim Boderi, Paula Bova, Beth Casey, Donna Reitano, Linda Langlais, Lynne Brown. 3rd 
Row, L to R: Roberta Kilcoyne, Jackie Healey, Lynn Manikus, Diane Sanguedolce, Paula Bell, Elaine Foderaro, Jane Finnegan. 4th Row, L to R: Debbie Manning, Kim Rogers, Susan 
Lemoine, Cindy Seaborne, Sue Barry, Jo-Ann Buben, Nancy Benson. 




PEP 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: Beth Casey, Treasurer; Susan Lemoine, Elaine Foderaro, Co-Presidents; Jackie Healey, Debbie 
Barbin, Co-Secretaries, Lynne Brown, Vice President. 



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YEARBOOK 



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From Left to Right: Paula Bell, Steve Hynes, Robert Townsend, Susan Lemoine, Susan Lupo, Kathy Winn, Elaine Foderaro, Gail Grosse, Advisor, Mr. Jennings, Vicki 
Dobrzynski. Missing From the Picture Are: Vito Samperi, Rebecca Yohe and Beverly Chontoian. 








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THE 

1974-1975 

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ADVISORS: Mrs. Hershfield and Mr. Jennings 
ASSISTANT EDITOR: Joe Grassello, EDITOR: Jay Atkinson 




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Top, L to R: B. Dalwet, S. Barry, K. Oliveri, D. Lupo, J. Atkinson, J. Buben, B. Reid, D. Lucier. Advisor, Mr. Jennings, A. Guy, D. Lafrenier, B. 
Bender, D. Manning, K. Danahy, L. Brown. Advisor, Mrs. Hershfield, J. Zdanowicz, D. Barbin, L. Kerman, L. Manikas, S. Heggarty, C. Sea- 
born, K. Winn, S. Wojtas, V. Dobrzynski, J. Grassello, D. Sweeney. 



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First Row: Cheryl DiMauro, Janice DiMauro, Helen Purdy, Dawn Spencer, Sharon McGrath, Marie Grassello, Denise Ouelette. 
Back Row: Ray Pilat, Tom Buco, Louis Gaudreau, Garon Kachaman, Barry Dinsmore, Wendy Schubert, John Sciuto, Carol Earn- 
shaw. 



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OFFICERS: Dawn Spencer, Ray Pilat, John Sciuto, Sharon McGrath, Cheryl DiMauro, Janice DiMauro. 




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Can You Ever Think of Any Better 
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Making Friends for the World to 

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A Time You Never Can 

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MILITARY BALL 




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The Senior Class Presents: 

M*A*S*H 



Cast 
in order of appearance 

General Hammond Joe Grassello 

Pvt . Boone Fred Minichino 

Colonel Blake Joe Gurka 

Captain McCarthy Anne Dore 

Lt. Janice Fury Barbara Stoebel 

Sergeant Devine Steve Copley 

Lt. Louise Debbie DeRosa 

Captain Burns Tom Tremblay 

Father Mulcahy Bob Townsend 

Captain Waldowski Steve Hynes 

Trapper John Mike Kennedy 

Capt. "Ugly" Black Mark Concheri 

Rader Mike Gallo 

Hawkeye Jerry Peters 

Duke Brad Craven 

Ho-Jon Richard Gingras 

Pvt. Lopez Richard Benedict 

Korean Woman #1 Pat McMenamon 

Korean Woman #2 Lila Annaloro 

Lt. Phillips Debbie Sweeney 

Major Houlihan Nancy Parsons 

Klinger Shaun Welch 

Congresswoman 

Goldf arb Marina Korizis 

Dean Lodge Nancy Marsden 

Miss Randazzle Kathy Ford 

Mitzi Karen Snell 

Fritzi Carol Drouin 

Agnes Brenda Appleyard 

Lt. Liebowitz Elaine Foderaro 

Spearchucker Mark Buben 

Major Ruth Haskell Mary Palazzo 

Extras: G.I.'s, Koreans, 

Curt Goulet, Steve Nolet, John 

Bonnano, Jim Luciano, Jerry Cheney 

Director Mrs . Shirley Hovanasian 

Assistants Miss Fiorella , Miss Smith , 

Mrs. Russeau, Miss Wilson 

Miss Bissonnette 



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1 . Steve Hynes 


7. CurtGoulet 


13. Cheryl LaPlante 


19. Cheryl Coco 


2. Brian Raymond 


8. Barbara Stoebel 


1 4. Linda Turcotte 


20. Vicki Dobrzynski 


3. Jim O'Loughlin 


9. Karen Snell 


1 5. Marina Korizis 


21 . Shirley Rose 


4. Ken Schelling 


10. Kim Rogers 


16. Debi Panebianco 


22. Sandy Hering 


5. Joe Gurka 


1 1 . Beth Hertrich 


17. Julie Vahan 




6. Paul Drury 


12. Nancy Young 


18. Randi Tompkins 






1 . Kathy Saindon 


10. Jeff Lerned 




1 9. Maureen Mazzotta 


2. Elaine Foderaro 


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20. Linda Sharron 


3. Jackie Healey 


1 2. Paula Bova 




21 . Pam Snow 


4. Mary Palazzo 


1 3. Laurie Wilson 




22. Kathy Winn 


5. Susan Lemoine 


1 4. Gail Ratte 




23. Sharon Worster 


6. Susan Bonenfant 


1 5. Becky Yohe 




24. Rita Walsh 


7. Roberta Kilcoyne 


1 6. Beth Casey 




25. Carol Cook 


8. Cindy Fleming 


1 7. Kathy Phillips 




26. Susan Wojtas 


9. Janice Smith 


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1 st Row: Leila Martone, Mary Jane Mansor, Gayle Matthes, Vicky Kurkjian, Paula Bova. 2nd Row: Debbie Cabelli, Claire Parrino. 3rd Row: Roberta Kilcoyne, Kathy Ford, Whity 
Fair, Susan Grelle, Georgia Cottone, Michelle Struffolino, Mary Ann Gutmans, Linda Sharon. Missing: Susan Lemoine, Colleen McCall, Debbie Shaw. 




BASEBALL 




Front: Tim St. Paul, Jim Pritts, Steve Bedrosian, Chris Blaser, Bob Townsend, Mark Desrosiers, Paul Drury. Back: Dave Frasca, Rich Angus, Jeff Weinhold, Steve Desrosiers, Ken 
Lumb, Coach Walter Scanlon. 




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Front Row: D. Martin, N. DeLuca, M. Stravinskas, T. Nelson, L. Greenwood, D. Ratcliff, L. Greenwood, K. Manning, C. 
Sanford, C. Ginchereau, J. Duncan, and D. Towler. Second Row: COACHES: L. Turchi and M. Hanson; K. Jackson, S. 
Lavoie, D. Lafrenier, C. Drouin, E. Menihane, L. Sharron, P. Hines, S. Cleary, L. Auclair, T. Kenyon, J. Buben, L. Cartelli. 
Third Row: N. Burns, A. Bebo, S. Raite, K. Kenihane, J. Landry, L. Leonard, J. Landry, J. Zdanowicz, K. Cottone, K. Snell, 
D. LaFleur, C. Stankis, I. Valliere, S. Cummings. 



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Row, I to r: Batboy Mathew Halaby, Gina O'Clare, Winnie Leonard, Lori Otis, Celeste Lippe, Linda Guele, Jane Szostak, Gail Ganem, Heidi Neff, Gina Neve, Annette Soucy, 
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1 975 Class History 



by 

Joseph Gurka Robert Townsend 

Well Joe, this is it. Our high school career has ended after three years at Tenney. Doesn't it seem like we just started 
our Sophomore year? Remember back in Sept. of '72 when we first entered this place? No! You mean you don't 
remember any thing that has happened in our three years here? No, tell me how it all began. Well, first the earth was 
a swirling mass of volcanic lava; then it cooled. Two tiny amoebae formed in a tiny pool, the start of life. No, No, not 
that far back. How about starting in our Sophomore year of high school? Oh, oh, okay. Well we left the Junior High 
and had our summer vacation. And just like every year we reached that first week in September when we entered a 
whole new school. We really got pushed around by the upper classmen, but we had our class officers to lead the 
way. Yeah, they were — Sue Lupo, Pres., Elaine Foderaro, V.P., Bev Chontoian, Sec, Linda Bohondoney, Treas. 
Student council was also there to help. There were Mary Jane Mansor, Gayle Matthew, Paula Bell, Mark Concherri, 
Jeff Lerned, Steve Hynes. Bob, weren't you the treasurer? Didn't Student Council present the free fair concert in the 
Spring? Yeah, we also had the Powder Puff Game. That year the Sophomores and Juniors beat the seniors, 1 8-6. 
Some other sports teams had a good year. The football team was 5-4. Girls' basketball was 8-4. And girls' fiel- 
dhockey was 3-3-3. The Honor Society inducted 1 2 Sophomores. They were Ann Dore, Betty Hertrich, Carol Drouin, 
Kathy Winn, Sue Bonenfant, Joe Grassello, Debbie DeRosa, Carolyn Sanford, Kim Borderi, Sandra Hering, John Car- 
telli and Mark Derosiers. Then we went on vacation again and returned on Sept. 7. The junior class officers were 
elected at the end of our sophomore year and they were Pres. John Kiessling, V.P. Elaine Foreraro, Sec. Bev Chont- 
oian and Treas. Sue Lemome. There was also the student council. They were Jeff Lerned, Steve Hynes, Mark Conch- 
eri, Bob Townsend, Paula Bell, Gayle Matthes and Mary Jane Mansor. We had another concert. This time it was First 
Gear. We had our first night rally for the football team. That was right around the time we had the Sadie Hawkins 
Dance. Yeah, November to be exact. That was also the month we had our Powder Puff Game. This year the Juniors 
and Sophomores lost 1 8-6. Mike Plantamura was captain of the cross country team wasn't he? You're right, but don't 
forget about the six juniors on the varsity basketball team. Shawn Welch, Jeff Weinhold, Jim O'Laughlin, Jeff Lerned, 
Wayne Daigle, and Bruce Blood. Remember the Drivers Ed. Classes at night? That was when Moe and Joe suppos- 
edly learned how to drive. At the Pops Concert, Vicky Dobrzynski played Slaughter on Tenth Ave. with the band. 
There was also the care free concert to win the Raspberries. We even had kids in detention writing them up. John 
Cartelli scored his first 800 on the College Boards. I heard they were forming an 800 club. Is that something like the 
400 Lounge? Year, it sounds the same. Jeff Weinhold and Debbie DeRosa received the D.A.R. Awards that year. 
Dave Coletta got the Legion of Merit Award. Richard Benedict got the Outstanding Marcher Award. And Mary 
Palazzo got roses at the Honor Society induction. John Cartelli got the Rensselear Award and Becky Yohe got the 
"Harvard Book Prize." Elected to Boys' State were Mark Derosiers and Mike Plantamura. Becky Yohe was elected to 



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Girls' State. The Year-book members were elected and they were Paula Bell, Assistant Editor, Steve Hynes, Elaine 
Foderaro, Vito Samperi, Sue Lemoine, Sue Lupo, Gayle Grosse, Bev Chontonian, Becky Yohe, Kathy Winn, Vicky 
Dobrzynski and you were the editor Bob. We were out of school for about a week and then the Soccer Marathon 
took place. Twenty-two men played soccer for 32 hours to gain the World Marathon Title. Then to find out we didn't 
even break the record, hurt. But we're going to try again in June. We had another summer vacation, but this time 
when we came back to Tenney we were the mighty seniors. While some teams were having a disappointing year, the 
soccer team surprised everyone with a successful year at 1 0-2-2 record. It was the first year the soccer team made the 
Tech. In the first game they were beaten in double overtime 2-0. This year's class officers were Pres., Sue Lupo; V.P., 
Nancy Benson; Sec, Bev. Chontonian; Sue Lemione, Treas. The student council members were Bob Townsend, Pres.; 
Gayle Matthes, V.P.; Steve Hynes, Mark Concheri, Steve Floris, Paula Bell and Mary Jane Mansor. The Cheerleaders 
were co-captains Paula Bova and Gayle Foderaro, Kim Borderi, Michelle Stroffalino, Donna Reitano and Sue Lupo. 
They got a lot of cheering support from the upper right corner of the bleachers during the Thanksgiving Day Football 
Game. Chosen football queen this year was Sue Lemoine. Her attendants were Elaine Foderaro and Mary Jane Man- 
sor. Tony Catalano and Sue Bonenfant were elected King and Queen. At the basketball games the Kazoo band got 
the school spirit going. Bomb scares also got the school spirit going. This year we must have had at least ten. Yeah 
and one of those was during a blizzard. What about the time John Cartelli had to define negligee in his English 
Class? We had two concerts and one movie sponsored by the Student Council. The navy band came in for one per- 
formance and we had Free-Fair concert with Rosco on guitar. And the movie was 1 776 although we only got to see 3 
of the 4 reels. The Donkey Basketball game created a lot of laughs as both teachers and students were knocked off 
their asses. We also had our own dating service as Mrs. Hovanasian and Mr. Francis took the responsibility of match- 
making. Speaking of Ma, what about the senior class play MASH? Wasn't it the greatest! I think it was the best Ten- 
ney ever put on. Jerry Peters, Brad Craven, Nancy Parsons and Ann Dore won the drama awards. Besides John Car- 
telli's two 800, on college boards this year, other people won awards. Carol Drouin won the leadership award and 
Shirley Rose won the Service Award from the Honor Society. Gina Soucy won the John Phillip Sousa Award and 
Vicky Dobrzynski and Jerry Peters won the School Choral Award. The Reader's Digest Award given annually to the 
Valedictorian, went to John Cartelli. Dawn Spencer was Distributive Education girl of the year and John Sciuto was 
Distributive Education boy of the year. Athlete of the Year Award went to Carolyn Sanford. Liz Leonard won the 
Joyce Helen Mintzner Memorial Trophy. Kathy Winn received this year's D.A.R. Award. Now, I guess all that's left 
are Prom and Graduation. What? Don't you remember? No, start at the beginning. Well, first the earth was a swirl- 
ing mass of volcanic lava; then, it cooled two tiny amoebae formed in a tiny pool, the start of life. No. No. 



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Class Will of 1 975 

by 

Beverley Chontoian Gtephen Hynes 

We, the Senior class of '75, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath the following to friends, teachers, 
and underclassmen. We, the seniors of the Soccer team, leave Mr. Sorter memories of a great season and of our first 
appearance in the Tech Tourney. We, Becky, Susan, and Kathy, leave Mr. Salemi a pair of bronze lips. We, Mr. 
dayman's C level math class, leave him a laugh sound track for all those jokes no one ever understood. I, Barbara F., 
leave Tricia Nelson a banana split 32 feet long. We, Steve Hilbert and Kathy Ford, leave Mr. Nicholson a book with 
2001 reasons why we shouldn't go to detention. We, Mr. Jennings' D and F levels, leave him a copy of The Collector. 
We, the students of Mr. Francis' E level English Class, leave him a one year's paid tuition to Comedian School where 
hopefully he'll learn how to tell a joke that's funny. I, Kathy Coco, leave to Mr. Cullve all my make-up tests. I, Steve 
Collins, leave to Mr. David Hennessey 50% of all my books on filmmaking. I, Mary Palazzo, leave to Mrs. Hovana- 
sian a question, "What am I going to do now?" We, the students of Mrs. Hodge's E level, leave her one student 
exactly like Dan Dunn to make her next year as happy and untroubled as it was this year. I, Debbie Shaw, leave Mr. 
Stasio my remembrance of all our good times. I, Jim O'Loughlin, leave Mr. David Isadore a set of custom dingleballs 
for his car, along with a pair of dice and a blinky-eyed cat for the back window. I, Jerry Peters, leave to Mrs. Hovana- 
sian all the memories, sweat, and hard work it took to put on the best senior class play this school has ever seen. Also 
one slightly used rubber chicken. I, Dave Coletta, leave Mr. Herlihy one slightly used muzzle and a Trac II razor. To 
Mr. Constantineau, I, Paula Bova, leave a book of new jokes to take the place of his old ones. We, Karen and Cathy, 
leave Dave Dizazzo one army jacket, one pack of Newports, and all our notes. I, Alphonso, leave to Mr. Dolloff a 
book on public speaking. I, Nancy, leave to my sister Linda my dirty gym suit. I, Michaele Mikulus, leave to Mr. Her- 
lihy a year's supply of Tic Tacs. I, Mary Palazzo, leave to Jody St. Germain all my foolproof excuses for passing in 
work late and skipping gym. We, the journalism class, leave to Mrs. Hershfield, Mr. Jennings and next year's class all 
the copies of the Ranger that didn't sell, an empty treasury, and a Ranger staff that's easier to get along with. I, 
Becky Yohe, leave Mr. Ziminski a case of No-Doz. I, Barbara F., leave the junior, sophomores, freshmen, and eighth 
grades Mr. Dolloff. I, Brad Craven, leave Mr. Whiting a nude picture of Golda Meir and Harpo Marx playing monop- 
oly. We, Debbie and Colleen, leave Mr. Hennessey a P-38. I, Paula Vaiknoras, leave Debbie and Diane my two 
batons and a fun year as co-captains. We, Brenda Lavery and Julie Stansits, leave Mrs. Kern our baby books. To next 
year's Flag Corps and Band, we, Brenda and Susan, leave a year's supply of aspirin and ear muffs for the marching 
band season. P.S. to Jim O'Loughlin, did you ever find out who sent that Valentine? I, Gary Watts, would like to 
leave Mrs. McGrath one king size waterbed in place of living on a house boat, and to Mr. Pilat one tape recording of 
his voice saying, "Take a reading", "Sweep the floor", "Dust the shelves", "Empty the trash", and "Get your damn 
feet of my desk." We, Marina Korizis and Mark Langlais, leave Miss Kevgas two carbon copies of ourselves to do her 
errands G and H levels next year. I, Leila Martone, leave Carol MacLeod all my number 1 2 uniforms to be worn 
gracefully. I leave to Fran, Debbie, Sue, Fudge, Joelle, and Hutheda my parking space for next year, love Mary Jane. 
We, Debbie, Barbara, Anne and Colleen, leave Mr. Ziminski one polka-dot tie. We, Brenda Lavery and Julie Stansits, 
leave D level open study to Paul Murphy in case he wants to skip woodworking. We, the G level class of Mr. Whiting, 
leave to him another G level class like the G level class of '75 with the exception of John Mackor. I, Brad Craven, 



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leave my sister Dru to Mr. Nicholson and Mr. Nicholson to my sister Dru, you deserve each other. I, Sal Polizzotti, 
leave to Mr. Herlihy one extra desk in his homeroom, so that one of the next year's seniors will be more fortunate that 
I was in that he will be able to sit down during homeroom period. We, Roberta Kilcoyne and Mr. Francis' E level 
English Class, leave him a book of quotable notables cutting down men. P.S. They won't be lies. I, Karen Ehramjian, 
leave to Mr. Isadore one used violin. Maybe he'll change his impressions of string players. I, Ken, Schelling, leave my 
old beaten up tacks to next year's Hockey captain, Mike "Hibner" Weinhold. We, the girls of H Level, Cindi, Susan, 
Beth, Nancy, Lisa, and Mary, leave our table in the corner of the cafe to any junior girls who can uphold the tradition 
of rowdiness, hysteria, and laughter. I, Barbara F., leave Mr. Hennessey one glass of chocolate milk. We, Mr. Donald 
Smith's B level class, leave to him a giant picture of himself so he won't have to look in the mirror. I, Pat McMenamon, 
leave to Gina Neve one pair of marine sergeant stripes and a rifle to keep Fudge, Debbie, Susan, Fran and Joelle in 
line. We, Paula, Mary, and Debbie, leave to Mr. Francis a complete set of Graucho Marx records and one large 
bottle of updock. I, Michael Kennedy, leave to Mr. Hallbauer one straw dispenser from the McDonald's of his choice. 
I, Steve Copley, leave to Mr. Hallbauer one napkin dispenser to make a matched set with the straw dispenser. We, 
Mr. Russell's E level Physics class, leave him a life size poster of Kim Bordieri and John Cartelli. We, the Ranger staff, 
leave Mr. Pilat a lifetime Subscription to the school newspaper because we know how much he enjoys it. I, Debbie 
Cubelli, leave Mr. Gurry my crash helmet. I, Jerry Peters, leave to George Kalil, the job of taking care of Mrs. Hova- 
nasian. George, make sure she doesn't get into too much trouble and if she gets violet, lock her in the room above 
the back stage area. We, Karen and Cathy, leave to Putty Florenz one doberman pinscher. To Pink Witzgall we leave 
our Jim Floyd album, a pair of workboots, and a new denim jacket. I, John Baggetta, will leave for next year's cross 
country team my run down flats, and will leave my ripped shorts to Mr. Fuller. I, Bob Gross, would like to leave Mr. 
Rosmarino a full confession. I, Radar, being of sound ears and body do hereby leave my Teddy Bear and Red Jam- 
mies to Mr. Nicholson for a little bit of security. I, Richard Benedict, leave to the band one book of nicknames so they 
can name next year's drum major and to Mr. Isadore I leave six worn out reeds, a book of new jokes, and a record- 
ing of "Babaloo." To Mrs. Kern, I, Sharon Blanchard, leave a new iron and good luck with the future senior class. To 
next year's seniors from the class of 75 a map of all the good party spots at the new school. To Mr. Rosmarino from 
the senior class of '75 a book of matches and some pipe cleaners. To Mr. Whiting from the seniors — another fifth of 
ANY Comfort, southern or northern. I, Lila Annaloro, leave my moonshining ability to any Junior who can withstand 
the embarrassment. I, Sue, leave Gina N. her place on the bench and to Gino O. the locker to herself. We, Mrs. 
Derby's D level Spanish class of last year, leave her the final exam that she somehow misplaced the day before the 
test. I, Marina Korizis, leave Jane Landry my position on the field hockey team and wish that she gets Most Valuable 
Bench Warmer. I, Karen Ehramjian, leave to Mr. Herlihy and Mr. Francis one tray of pahklava. I, Bev, leave to my 
sister Alice a pass to leave the school every lunch time. I, Mary Palazzo, leave to Steve Hynes two memorable words, 
"Clam UP!" 

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Class Prophecy — 1975 



Qusan Bonenfant Kurt Carlson 

Hi Sue, guess we're the first to arrive. How've you been Kurt? I'm so excited. It's been ten long years since our class 
of '75 has met together. I've been really curious about what everyone has made of their lives. Have you heard from 
anyone? Remember Al Kamal? Alias Al Bear? He's a professional gorilla. And Brian Raymond is a permanent resi- 
dent at Walpole State Prison. A couple of our class mates are wealthy landowners. Bruce Blood now owns a piece of 
Stephen Barker School yard. He makes his millions by charging the kids $10.00 to play there, and Georgia Cattone 
is a wealthy shareholder in D.K.'s. Mark Concheri is still searching for the right woman. Tom Buco is still concentrating 
on growing. It takes a lot out of a person, you know. Brian Buckley is a famous rock star. John Cartelli is that mad 
scientist who runs that weird laboratory up on Riverdale Ave. Cheryl and Janice DiMauro head the Distributive Educa- 
tion Department at Methuen High School. I heard they have Mr. Pilat working the register at the school store. And did 
you know that John Bonanno still says he beat up those seven guys all by himself? He always was a show off. Debbie 
Cubelli is still undecided and Manny DeDeus is still searching for something worth while to do with her life! They're 
probably the only two smart ones from the class of '75. Nancy Bodenrader is now the head secretary at Arlington 
Trust Bank on Salem Rd. Her staff consists of Angela Cyr, Lyn Crete, Tanny Garrity and Denise Ouellette. Sean Sulli- 
van and Maureen LaCroix got married. So did Doug Burns and Cheryl Dube. Remember Jack Scuito? Ten years ago 
he was the biggest dealer in Tenney High; now he's the biggest dealer in the United States. Louie Gaudreau is still 
pumping gas at Fay & Driscoll, good oP loyal Louie. Jungle Jim O'Loughlin is an owner of the Volkswagon factory 
over in North Andover. Jimmy owns it? I know a lot of kids who work there. Jim Briggs, Mike Barry, Richard 
McDowell, Mike Morin and some assemblers are Dale Ricci, Moe Regan, Donna Traficante, Joanne Waitt, Ann Jar- 
dine and Cathy Ireland. Jay Cater is now the owner of a percussion store and studio. Donna Reitano and Debbie 
Sweeney are still recovering from their swinging Un. Mass. life. Would you believe that Kathy Ford is still partying, 
that is when she's not baby sitting for Mary Jane Mansor's kids. They still go to Cuzzins IV with Billy Egan and Teddy 
Hajjar, and eggs are still thrown at the car. Cathy Scott is still living free. Will she ever settle down? Did you hear 
about the Kindly Brenda Appleyard? Yes, I hear she' doing remarkable work. She owns an orphanage, right? Yes, 
but she ran into a little trouble about a year ago. The Wacky Weeders, Jay Atkinson, Dave Downey, Jim Scuito, Mike 
Wrobel, Dave Cardone, Dave Reagan, Steve Pilz and Jeff Nason raided the orphanage. They were arrested by chief 
of Police Mike Silvestro. Doesn't Steve Collins work at the orphanage to help support his film-making hobby? But it 
doesn't offer too much work because there is only one orphan left, Dan Dunn. That new High School they built ten 
years ago didn't last too long. I suppose you heard that Joe Grassello designed the New Methuen High School they 
built last year. Jeff Lerned did the land surveying for it, right? Bruce Perkins, who owns the Methuen MacDonald's 
serves as the Cafeteria Supervisor. Richard Gingras is the head of the English Department, and Nancy Benson is a 
math teacher. And Patty McMenamon is the school nurse. They have a great sports department now. Mike Erving is 



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football coach. Mike Lawton is soccer coach. Curt Goulet coached Methuen High hockey team to its ninth straight 
state championship. Paul Drury, Roger Trembley, and John Bagetta are gym teachers. Every now and then you read 
about some other kids who have been making guest appearances at Methuen High. Ken Schelling gives a guest 
appearance. He's a member of the N.H.L. and makes $500,000 a year. Mark Buben, the star from the Miami Dol- 
phins, lectures the football team occasionally. Cathy Paris is the majorette instructor, and Vicky Dobrzynski, a concert 
pianist in New York City, helps out instructing the band. Do you remember John Collins? He is now a pilot for TWA. 
Mike Plantamura is his navigator and Jane Forgione, Cindy Fleming and Donna Hollins are all stewardesses on the 
plane. I heard the other day he flew the great film stars Jerry Peters, Nancy Parsons, Brad Craven, who recently 
divorced Barbara Stoebel, and Anne Dore, who just finished her sixth season with MASH, to Washington, D.C. They 
met Lisa Camacho, the President of the U.S. and Kevin Kissinger, the Secretary of State. They also met Robert Gross, 
Admiral of the 9th Fleet, who's fleet of four rowboats, commanded by Bob Coco, Roland Galude, Alfred Marsan, 
and David Rotondo, won fame in the Chicago Sewer affair as "The chicken of the sea." Have you even been to 
Doug's place? You know Doug Clarke. He owns that lounge in the Methuen Mall. Yes, they have good entertainment 
in there; Paula Vaiknoras is the dancer, Sal Polizzotti, Kim Donnelly, and Carol Baillargeon are in the band, and 
Laurie Wilson is the singer. Yes, I always see Mike Kennedy and Steve Copley in there. The years sure didn't affect 
their rowdiness. Jimmy and Vinny Luciano, Herald Gobel, Mike Green, Ray Chase, Scott Wooles and Tom Ange are 
always in there. The mall really has a large variety of stores. The DeMoulas, owned by Gary Castiglione, has the 
lowest prices in the area. Keith Bird, Carol Cavanaugh, hAae Moore, Dorina Moreau, and John Boush work in the 
meat department. Sharon Jaeger, Denise Duquette, Andy Shea, Brenda Waitt, and Lynda Bryon are all stock girls. 
The cashiers are Diane Holland, Ethel Leblanc, Daralyn Nelson, Juana Alba, and Virginia Cebula. Tim Gormley's 
health food store, Timmy's Tummy's Tidbits, just opened yesterday. He hired Doug Burns, Mike Didio, Barry Dube, 
Wayne Caron, Alan Arleque, and Mark Dennis as salesmen, and helping him out at the cash register are Kathy 
Savoie and Virginia Gagnon. I took my bicycle down to Mike Kmiec's bike store the other day and Mark Lemarier 
and Rick Longtin fixed it for me. Wendy Schubert, Cindy Deaborn, Kathy Saindon and Rhonda Salois work at the 
cash register. Tony Catalano's Build and Save, is the best carpentry shop in the Merrimack Valley. Tony, George 
McLaughlin, and John Mottola are considered the top wood workers in the area. Speaking of Tony, here comes my 
husband now. Yea, glad to see you again Sue. See you later Kurt. 



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CLA98 DIRECTORY 



Alba, Juana 28 Chase Street. 

Alianello, Michael 14 Reservoir St. 

Allain, Judy 23 Grove St. 

Ange, Ton 14 Farley St. 

Annaloro, Lila 112 West St. 

Antoon, Marsha 81 Elmwood Rd. 

Apkarian, David 4 Dow St. 

Appleyard, Brenda 1 Bedford St. 

Arleque, Allen 24 Lowell Blvd. 

Atkinson, Jay 19 Central St. 

Baggetta, John 14 Bedford St. 

Baillargeon, Carol 48 Union St. 

Bailie, Lee 44 Conrad St. 

Bajor, Mark 25 King St 

Balogh, Irma 259 Oak St. 

Barry, Michael 3 Hazel St. 

Barry, Susan 1 50 Pleasant St. 

Becotte, Peggy 65 Adams Ave. 

Bedrosian, Stephen 5 Conrad St. 

Belair, Catherine 86 Phillips St. 

Belanger, Carol 92 Oakland Ave. 

Bell, Paula 1 73 Warwick St. 

Benedict, Richard 44 Emsley Terrace. 

Benson, Nancy 244 Oakland Ave. 

Bergeron, Cheryl 42 Perley St. 

Bernard, Denise 35 Vincent Ave. 

Berthold, Mary 49 Lowell St. 

Bird, Doyle 35 Oakhill Dr. 

Bird, Kimberley 35 Oak Hill Dr. 

Blackington, James 8 Summit Ave. 

Blanchard, Sharon 11 Hobson St. 

Blaser, Christopher 16 Houston Ave. 

Blood, Bruce 16 Avon Ave. 

Bodah, James 40 Camden St. 

Bodenrader, Nancy 6 Richard Ave. 

Bohondoney, Linda 28A Railroad St. 

Bonnano, John 59 Bonnano Ct. 

Bonenfant, Susan 35 Sunset Ave. 

Bordieri, Kim 1 00 Merriline Ave. 

Bousch, John 7 Harvard Ave. 

Bova, Paula 2 Hidden Rd. 

Briggs, Jon 3 Whitney St. 

Brown, Heidi 116 Perry Ave. 

Bryan, Linda 37 Westland St. 

Buben, Mark 103 Pleasant St. 



Buckley, Brian 10 Winchester Ave. 

Buco, Thomas 71 Derry Rd. 

Buffo, Robin 296 Lowell Street. 

Burns, Douglas 1 45 Lowell St. 

Busta, Gloria 10 Jeffre St. 

Byers, Rita 25 Kirk St. 

Callela, Denise 93 Pitman St. 

Camacho, Liza 283 Broadway. 

Cardone, David 37 Baremeadow. 

Carlson, Kurt 1 42 East St. 

Caron, Wayne Vivian St. 

Cartelli, John 49 Riverdale St. 

Carter, Jay 1 75 Howe St. 

Casey, Elizabeth 7 Mystic St. 

Castiglione, Gary 16 Webb St. 

Catalano, Anthony 83 Erie St. 

Cataldi, Jace 11 Anthony St. 

Cavanaugh, Carol 7 Duma Rd. 

Cebula, Virginia 11 Marylou St. 

Chase, Raymond 9 Boylston St. 

Cheney, Jerry 1 70 Merrimack St. 

Chontoian, Beverley 225 Oakland Ave. 

Clarke, Debra 31 Sea St. 

Clarke, Douglas 31 Sea St. 

Coco, Cheryl 24 Channing St. 

Coco, Kathleen 46 Oak Street 

Coco, Robert 43 Conrad St. 

Coletta, David 43 North St. 

Collins, John 7 Hill Top Rd. 

Collins, Stephen 4 Kirk St. 

Comtois, Gerald 30 Stephens St. 

Comtois, Gerald 30 Stephens St. 

Concheri, Mark 7 Callahan St. 

Cook, Carol 9 Craven St. 

Copley, Stephen 75 Kenwood Rd. 

Cottone, Georgia 28 Ormonde Rd. 

Craven, Brad 39 Pleasant View St. 

Crete, Lynne 360 Forest St. 

Cubelli, Deborah 9 Greenlawn Ave. 

Cyr, Angela 14 Freeport Ave. 

Daigle, Wayne 44 Kensington Ave. 

Dalwet, Robert 411 Merrimack St. 

Das, Stan 14 Ayer St. 

DeChane, Vincent 47 Kirk St. 

DeDeus, Manuel 7 Stevens St. 



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DeLuca, Anthony 9 Meadow St. 

Dennis, Mark 70 Lowell St. 

DeRosa, Deborah 31 East St. 

Desrosiers, Mark 41 Torino St. 

DiCenso, Algina 11 Anderson Dr. 

DiFruscia, Marie 49 Cross Rd. 

DiDio, Michael 536 Jackson St. 

Dillon, Charles 8 Byron Ave. 

DiMauro, Cheryl 11 Merimack St. 

DiMauro, Janice 8 Oakhill Dr. 

Dinsmore, Barry 10 Falcon St. 

Dobrzynski, Vicki 47 East St. 

Donahue, Jacqueline 8 Temple Dr. 

Donnelly, Kim 24 Morrison Ct. 

Dore, Anne 2 Alfred St. 

Douney, David 1 42 Pleasant Valley St. 

Drouin, Carol 28 Emsley Terrace 

Drury, Paul 26 Lorenzo Circle 

Dube, Barry 99 West St. 

Dube, Cheryl 246 Forest St. 

Dube, Patricia 35 Cross St. 

Dubois, Charles 49 Canobieola Rd. 

Dul, Richard 55 Boston St. 

Duquette, Denise 7 Field Ave. 

Dunn, Daniel 369 Pelham St. 

Earnshaw, Carol 43 Kensington Ave. 

Edwards, Jeffrey 25 Sawyer St. 

Egan, William 19 Stillwater Rd. 

Ehramjian, Karen 1 57 Center St. 

Ewing, Michael 15 Capitol St. 

Fair, Roswitha 19 Magna Rd. 

Findesen, John 110 Myrtle St. 

Fitzgerald, James 30 Atkinson St. 

Fleming, Catherine 16 Oak Knoll Rd. 

Fleming, Cynthia 93 Elm St. 

Florenz, Stephen 218 East St. 

Floris, Steven 21 Tower St. 

Fluet, Patricia 373 Pelham St. 

Foderaro, Elaine 1 22 Haverhill St. 

Follansbee, Barbara 63 Oakside Ave. 

Ford, Kathy 39 Ashford St. 

Forgione, Jane 29 Alvin St. 

Forseze, Joseph 1 89 North Lowell St. 

Fournier, April 67B Merrimack St. 

Fuller, Carol 17 Lincoln St. 

Gagnon, Virginia 1 60 Lowell St. 

Gallo, Michael 19 Grove St. 

Garrity, Tammy 1 35 Phillips St. 



Gaudreau, Louis 110 Elm St. 

Geary, John 52 Tower St. 

Ginchereau, Colleen 19 Noyes St. 

Gingras, Richard 30 Conrad St. 

Glaude, Roland 67 Woodburn Dr. 

Gobel, Harold 7 Smith Ave. 

Goossens, Judith 22 Clayton Ave. 

Gormley, Timothy 1 60 Maple St. 

Goulet, Curtis 32 Sea St. 

Grassello, Joseph 10 Meadow St. 

Grassello, Maria 23 Hunter Ave. 

Green, Michael 897 Riverside Dr. 

Griffin, Tim 1 46 Oak St. 

Gross, Robert 1 98 Tyler St. 

Grosse, Gayle 22 Farley St. 

Guertin, Veronica 25 Piedmont St. 

Gurka, Joseph 151 East St. 

Gutmans, Marianne 1 Constitution Way 

Hagopian, Debbie 257 Lowell St. 

Hajjar, Edmond 1 34 Pleasant St. 

Halaby, Effie 97 Howe St. 

Hamel, Deborah 9 Plymouth St. 

Hamel, Shirley 79 Golf Ave. 

Hannagan, Sharon 1 58 Oakside Ave. 

Harnisch, Susan 387 Oak St. 

Healey, Jacquelyn 25 Stevens St. 

Hering, Sandra 12 Pleasant Circle 

Hertrich, Elizabeth 16 Combination St. 

Hewson, James 17 Windsor St. 

Hibbard, Deborah 11 Riverview Ave. 

Hilbert, Stephen 14 Linden St. 

Hoffman, Lois 48 Jane Rd. 

Holland, Diane 32 Cambell Rd. 

Hollins, Donna 609 Lowell St. 

Hughes, Kathleen 91 North Lowell St. 

Hynes, Stephen 7 Bungalow Ave. 

Ireland, Catherine 7 Hazel St. 

Jaeger, Sharon 30 University Lane. 

Jardine, Anne 68 Newport St. 

Juba, Jean 12 Emerson Ave. 

Kachanian, Garon 11 Pleasant St. 

Kamal, Alan 10 Bernard Lane. 

Kennedy, Michael 26 Bowdoin St. 

Kiessling, John 39 Cochrane Circle 

Kilcoyne, Roberta 88 Center St. 

Kisiel, Robert 9 Hill Ave. 

Kissinger, Kevin 28 Union St. 

Kmiec, Michael 48 French St. 



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Korozis, Marina 34 Thornton Ave. 

Kuchar, Marlene 5 Richard Ave. 

Kuehn, Krista 6 Brookfield Rd. 

Kurkjian, Victoria 15 Armstrong Ave. 

Lacroix, Maureen 2 Glenwood Ave. 

La Fleur, Micharl 225 N. Lowell St. 

Landry, Paula 69 Edgewood Ave. 

Langlais, Linda 8 Norgate Rd. 

Langlais, Mark 8 Norgate Rd. 

La Plante, Cheryl 18 Orchard St. 

Larson, Linda 244 Hampshire Rd. 

Laurin, Andrew 24 Varnum Ave. 

Lavery, Brenda 18 Cypress Ave. 

Lavigne, Yvette 10 University Lane 

Lavoie, Dolores 1 76 Hampstead St. 

Lavoie, Linda 62 Campus Rd. 

Lawton, Michael 17 Joy Terrace. 

Lebel, Michael 15 Presidential Lane. 

LeBlanc, Ethel 39 Oaklartd Ave. 

Lemarier, Mark 49 Oakland Ave. 

Lemay, Therese 20 Gold Ave. 

Lemoine, Susan 47 Davis Rd. 

Leonard, Elizabeth 240 Hampstead St. 

Leonhart, Steve 9 Garden City Rd. 

Lerned, Jeff 1 93 Haverhill St. 

Lesperance, Ernie 94 Clayton Ave. 

Longtin, Rick 114 West St. 

Luciano, James 1 Dearborn Rd. 

Luciano, Vincent 1 Dearborn Rd. 

Lucier, Debra 98 Elm St. 

Lupo, Susan 53 Plymouth St. 

MacLean, Linda 1 22 Pleasant Valley St. 

MacLean, Susan 1 22 Pleasant Valley St. 

Malley, Mary 11 Pearl St. 

Mansor, Mary 20 Meadow Brook Rd. 

Marchman, Lee 1 Merrill St. 

Mariano, David 4 Olive St. 

Marsan, Alfred 465 Lowell St. 

Marsden, Nancy 21 Ridge St. 

Martin, Scott 35 Milk St. 

Martone, Leila 30 Longwood Dr. 

Masucci, Donna 44 Summer St. 

Matthes, Gayle 17 Sunset Ave. 

Mazzotta, Maureen 39 Anderson Dr. 

McCall, Colleen 165 Hampshire Rd. 

McDowell, Richard 50 Hidden Rd. 

McGrath, Sharon 1 42 Butternut Lane 

McLaughlin, George 39 Capitol St. 



McMahon, Susan 21 Pelham St. 

McMenamon, Patricia 36 Ashford St. 

Mikulis, Michaele 99 Harris St. 

Minichino, Fred 491 Prospect St. 

Moore, John 16 Emerson Ave. 

Moore, Mae 4 McKinley Ave. 

Moran, Maureen 18 Noyes Terrace. 

Moreau, Dorina 6 Kirk St. 

Morin, Donna 1 26 Haverhill St. 

Morin, Mike 20 Green St. 

Morse, Susan 1 03 Butternut Lane 

Mottola, John 23 Wallace St. 

Mushow, Cheryl 27 Linwood Ave. 

Nason, Jeffrey 235 Howe St. 

Nelson, Daralyn 287 Pelham St. 

Nicholson, Gayle 29 Currier Ave. 

Nolet, Steven 18 Campus Rd. 

Nolin, Lisa 31 Laurel Ave. 

O'Connell, Paula 612 Prospect St. 

O'Dowd, Jean 2 Pleasant Circle 

O'Loughlin, James 253 Lowell St. 

Ouelette, Denise 3 Ponderosa Ave. 

Pacheco, Mary 444 Howe St. 

Palazzo, Mary 151 Lowell St. 

Pandelena, Michael 3 Brook St. 

Panebianco, Debora 6 Tyler St. 

Pappalardo, Patrice 4 Clayton Ave. 

Paris, Catherine 15 Gaston St. 

Parisi, Sharon 431 Oak St. 

Parrino, Claire 15 Endicott Cir. 

Parsons, Nancy 18 Court St. 

Pauk, Karen 83 Boston St. 

Pelczar, Rosemary 80 Howe St. 

Pelletier, Mary Eva 109 Phillips St. 

Peredna, Ronald 66 Currier St. 

Perkins, Bruce 26 Dewey St. 

Persichetti, Gary 66 Berwick St. 

Peters, Jeremiah 37 Tower St. 

Petteruti, Joyce 19 Chadwick St. 

Phillips, Kathy 8 Emsley Terrace 

Piccirillo, Judy 38 Lorenzo Circle. 

Pilz, Stephen 31 Millen St. 

Plantamura, Mike 56 Lowell St. 

Plooffe, Rachel 21 Tedesco Rd. 

Poisson, Lucy 16 Annis St. 

Polizzotti, Sal 15 Dottie Lane 

Pomerleau, Lionel 171 N. Lowell St. 

Pricer, Lonnie 31 Seneca St. 



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Purdy, Helen 72 Broadway St. 

Ratcliffe, Dianne 59 Tower St. 

Ratte, Gail 4 Orchard St. 

Raymond, Brian 9 Glen Ave. 

Regan, David 83 Lorenzo Circle 

Regan, Maureen 7 Beverly St. 

Reid, Elizabeth 215 Pelham St. 

Reitano, Donna 87 Butternut Lane 

Remillard, Matther 6 Alexander Circle. 

Rheault, Richard 65 N. Lowell St. 

Ricci, Dale 14 Randolph Ave. 

Riccio, Don 9 Wallace St. 

Riddle, Lindsey 67 Hampshire St. 

Ripley, Dale 10 Kenwood Rd. 

Rogers, Kimberly 2 John St. 

Roman, Alma 23 Magna Rd. 

Rose, Shirley 44 Myrtle St. 

Rotondo, David 154 Hampshire Rd. 

Rudis, Sheryl 7 Whittier St. 

Ruffen, Gary 79 Butternut Lane 

Saalfrank, Deborah 26 Butternut Lane 

Saindon, Kathryn 61 Pinehurst Ave. 

St. Jean, John 2 Baldwin St. 

Salois, Rhonda 1 77 Lowell St. 

Samperi, Vito 76 Ames St. 

Sanft, Deborah 88 Pleasant View St. 

Sanford, Carolyn 39 Campus Rd. 

Sanguedolce, Anthony 235 Jackson St. 

Sanguedolce, Diane 102 East St. 

Savoie, Catherine 270 Howe St. 

Schilling, Kenneth 38 Sandra Lane 

Schenk, Ray 60 Spencer St. 

Schubert, Wendy 86 Anderson Dr. 

Sciuto, James 3 Jade St. 

Sciuto, John 57 Olive St. 

Scott, Brian 15 Frederick Ave. 

Scott, Cathy 78 Tyler Ave. 

Seaborne, Cynthia 79 Brown St. 

Sharron, Linda 201 Oakland Ave. 

Shaw, Debbie 35 Webb St. 

Shea, Cindy 8 Brown Ct. 

Sheehan, John 99 Boston St. 

Silvestro, Michael 19 Campbell St. 

Simone, Sandra 14 Campbell St. 

Slater, Stephen 16 Clayton Ave. 

Smith, David 1 56 Oakland Ave. 



Smith, Diane 7 Roosevelt Ave. 

Smith, Janis 3 Pinehurst Ave. 

Snell, Karen 51 Campus Rd. 

Snow, Lamela 3 Coronet Ave. 

Soucy, Eugena 119 West St. 

Spencer, Dawn 42 Gaston St. 

Stanley, Linda 2 Grove St. 

Stansits, Julia 223 Hampstead St. 

Stoebel, Barbara 1 Ashford St. 

Stott, David 1 25 Pleasant St. 

Struffalino, Michele 493 Prospect St. 

Sullivan, Paula 36 Woodland St. 

Sullivan, Sean 27 Quincy St. 

Sweeney, Deborah 4 Bryant Ave. 

Tardugno, Brian 231 Forest St. 

Tompkins, Randi 3 Short St. 

Towler, Nancy 21 1/2 Camden St. 

Townsend, Robert 4 Stoneybrook Rd. 

Toye, Robert 60 Elm St. 

Traficante, Donna 205 Howe St. 

Tremblay, Roger 33 Monroe Ave. 

Tremblay, Thomas 27 Butternut Lane. 

Turcotte, Linda 35 Stillwater Rd. 

Vahan, Julia 30 Danbury Dr. 

Vaiknoras, Paula 26 Almort St. 

Valliere, Irene 31 Perley St. 

Waite, Brenda 12 Cypress Ave. 

Waks, Mark 79 Lorenzo Circle. 

Walker, Susan 15 Burrill Ave. 

Walsh, Kevin 105 Alshand Ave. 

Walsh, Rita 18 Madison St. 

Watts, Gary 191 Forest St. 

Weinhold, Jeffrey 14 College Lane 

Weisenborn, Jeff 69 North St. 

Welch, Gerald 4 Dumas Rd. 

Welch, Shaun 9 David Rd. 

Williams, James 40 Cherry Hill Circle. 

Wilson, Laurie 7 Kimball Rd. 

Winn, Kathleen 6 Foreside St. 

Witzgall, James 405 Pelham St. 

Wojtas, Susan 310 Oak St. 

Wooles, Scott 12 Tyler St. 

Worster, Sharon 6 Harvard Ave. 

Wrobel, Michael 366 Hampshire Rd. 

Yohe, Rebecca 42 Butternut Lane. 

Young, Nancy 73 N. Lowell St. 



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Our Qenior year* 

began on September* 4th, 1 974. 






TENNEY HICH SCHOOL 
METHUEN, MASS. 





It was a year 
marked by the 
usual homework 
and tests but . 



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We also greatly 
anticipated the 
long-awaited senior 
activities. 




United in friendship 

and enthusiasm we shared 

the year with each other. 




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we spent with 
our* friends that 
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Our senior year 
has ended 



Each of us spent ft 

pursuing different 

interests, but we 

were bound together 

in the common tie 

of friendship. 



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The Class of "75" 9ays. . . 




FAREWELL. 




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I wish to fake this opportunity to extend my sincere thanks to 
members of the faculty and the yearbook staff for their cooperation in 
producing this book. Hopefully it will bring back many pleasant 
memories throughout the coming years. Goodbye and good luck, 
graduates. 



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s day! 
For yesterday is but a c 
And tomorrow is only a vision — 
But today well-lived 
Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness 
And every tomorrow a vision of hope — 
Look well therefore to this day! 

From The Sanskrit